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This is a discussion on The Best: CF within the R. Kelly Music Chat forums, part of the R. Kelly Discussion category; the responses are great! this is just a timeless album. everything about it is amazing, from the Kells -only production ...

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    the responses are great!

    this is just a timeless album. everything about it is amazing, from the Kells-only production to the excellent lyrics about women and love and partying and just overall fun. I can't explain how much I love this album.
    "'Let me remind you that I am the king of R&B.' It's an unnecessary boast: Who could possibly argue, or forget?" - Kelefa Sanneh; ​The New York Times; 2007

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    I agree with you, K. Johnson. 'Chocolate Factory' is his best work so far. I knew it from the moment I heard the album. I can't say it's flawless because I also think that "Snake" and, especially, "Who's That" don't fit in the album but it's a masterpiece regardless.

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    It's among my favorite Kellz albums, along with Happy People/TP-2.COM

    I really can't say it's my definite favorite, it all depends on my mood.

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    I've always said CF is my favorite album. That's the album that really got me hooked on Kellz. I went from someone who likes hearing R.Kelly on the radio but didn't really care about him to a die-hard fan. He hit me over the head with Ignition. Then when I bought the album the whole thing was filled with some of the best music I had ever heard. It was amazing. CF showed his human side. That's why I'm dying for another CF type of album. But TP2.com is a close second and HP/USM is a close third.
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    just wanted to warn ya'll that this is a drunk post by me. so if my grammar is a little off be prepared.

    I just wanted to say that i've been sitting alone in my dorm room right now and I've been listening to Forever off the CF album, and here's whats up:

    I've never wanted to get married. I mean fuck I'm 20, in college, and an atheist. whenever I got some liquor in me (to quote Kells from the song blow it Up) i like to listen to the CF album, and I was chillin to all the songs but then it got to track seven i just stopped that muthafucker and went over to my speakers and put my ipod on repeat because it was the song Forever.

    I've had a lot of sex before, and to be true i'm not fuckin proud at all that over 50 percent of my experiences it was random, but Ima be real now and say that the song Forever makes me feel some shit. It speaks to me in a way I cant exaclty describe.

    this is what Forever makes me feel like. and by the way, this is gonna be corny so watch out. and by the way, this is no homo. I predict that real guys will know what i'm talking about:

    I love women. period. i love everything about them. Obviously I love them in a sexual way. but there's much much more to it than that. (here, i'm talking about the good ones) I love their style, sensitivity, and forgiveness. I love their caring. and to conclude and to be on some real, I cant think of one fucking thing negative about them. and that's the truth, imo.

    aight the corny part is over so all ya'll hard mf'ers can continue readin g (lol!):

    I just feel that if I ever got married, the FIRST fuckin song on my play list after the two of us was official would be Forever.

    to quote Kells from the HP album--
    " sometimes we forget what the woman means to us." I think some of us guys have forgotten. I know I do sometimes. but fuck man the song "forever" makes this muthafucker (mE) wanna rethink a lot of shit in a big fuckin way. on some real.

    Peace...
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    lol nice post K. Johnson. "Forever" is truely a masterpiece. I want to have that song on my wedding day, too Hidden Content


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    I love women. period. i love everything about them. Obviously I love them in a sexual way. but there's much much more to it than that. (here, i'm talking about the good ones) I love their style, sensitivity, and forgiveness. I love their caring. and to conclude and to be on some real, I cant think of one fucking thing negative about them. and that's the truth, imo.


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    haha good post, K Johnson. I've been telling people for a long time that Forever will be the first song played at my wedding. Kellz really brought it big on that song.

    As for not being able to think of one negative thing to say about women, it's nice you think that way but when you get to my age of 27, you won't feel the same way. When I was 21, I was already engaged (it didn't work out though). Good luck. I'm glad Kellz is making you think about stuff. That's what one of the best qualities of his music.

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    here's one thing that's wrong with some women: after sex, they'll turn to you and say "what are you thinking?" I've gotten that no less than three times, and one of my buddies has gotten it once, but I think he might be lying.

    anyway, that's it.
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    yeah let's try to keep this thread on subject, don't get too carried away there, haha!

    I like of what Chocolate Factory has to offer but one of the things that ALWAYS comes to mind is the fact that I can step (Step In the Name of Love Remix), party (Ignition Remix) and hopefully one day, marriage songs (Forever and Forever More). All in one album, gotta love it.

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    It's just got everything for everybody. and its not a dirty album, I mean except for some talk about shakin booties and "havent you come enough" (from showdown), so it can be heard by all.
    "'Let me remind you that I am the king of R&B.' It's an unnecessary boast: Who could possibly argue, or forget?" - Kelefa Sanneh; ​The New York Times; 2007

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