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    There you go. Were they easy to find? I did a youtube search this morning and didn't come up with anything.

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    Circles came up right away but I had to go to the users channel to find Best At It
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    Never had a sex session, like this one in your life!

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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by 2ndgaboman Hidden Content
    'Best At It' fits on the album well. Definitely the same style. 'Circles', to me, sounds like a track that could have been on TP-2.COM.

    I haven't had a chance to study the writers/producers and all of that stuff yet. CDs at home at the moment.
    They both sound amazing! Are you able to upload them with a download link? That would be great!

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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by 2ndgaboman Hidden Content
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    Not surprised that Circles is written and produced by R. Kelly himself.


    I'll look at getting them on youtube or soundcloud or some sort of legal means where it can't be bootlegged easily (maybe with a 12-play.net watermark even). They're only available on the Japan CD as far as I know. Even if you could access the Japanese iTunes store, they're only available with the entire album anyway.

    The CD would cost about $40-$45 delivered. Japanese CDs can be really expensive. But hmv.co.jp has really fast shipping.
    Thanks and no doubt as soon as I heard 'Circles' I thought this sounds like straight up R.O.B - just about to get involved with 'Best At It' now.
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    circles to me was 3 times better than best at it, however both those tracks to me are cutting room floor tracks and i see why they are the last cuts. put it like this neither one of them match "I like Love" and when a artist has a bonus tracks after track 15 or 16 that usually means cutting room floor.

    and i still stand behind the sentiment that he just puts tracks from other projects on these albums and they don't necessary fit where he is bec ause circles sounds so back in the day and yet modern.

    those two tracks feel like two different eras and its like that for a reason

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    flash, pause R. Kelly added 9 new photos to the album #BlackPanties.

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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by mistermaxxx Hidden Content
    circles to me was 3 times better than best at it, however both those tracks to me are cutting room floor tracks and i see why they are the last cuts. put it like this neither one of them match "I like Love" and when a artist has a bonus tracks after track 15 or 16 that usually means cutting room floor.

    and i still stand behind the sentiment that he just puts tracks from other projects on these albums and they don't necessary fit where he is bec ause circles sounds so back in the day and yet modern.

    those two tracks feel like two different eras and its like that for a reason
    Yeah, kinda like 'Go Low' and 'Whole Lotta Kisses'. In fact 'Circles' would fit with those 2 joints and yet none of them really fit the projects that they were actually associated with. That Spanish guitar flavour is straight from '03 but the synths sound more up to date along with the songwriting. Its kinda like he wrote over an older track but tried to make it fit the BP theme. Regardless I do like that song, as for 'Best At It' I think my favourite parts are the end of the chorus (does he sing something about 'Kobe'?) and the end when he sings 'dinner time' and 'alcohol music'. I don't know why he has been using the catchphrase 'dinner time'. Part of me thinks that its a separate project to BP but again regardless I like it. Hidden Content
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    strobelight New Albums by R. Kelly

    By Hidden Content and Hidden Content

    “Black Panties” (RCA)


    When in doubt, sex it up. Hidden Content gets back to the (slow) grind on “Black Panties,” a lavish and almost entirely single-minded album that returns him to what’s probably his best-known and definitely his most widely parodied mode.


    After the kindly, uplifting, organic-sounding, neo-soul love songs of his two most recent albums — “Love Letter” in 2010 and the more disco-tinged “Write Me Back” in 2012 — Mr. Kelly has returned to the leisurely, explicit come-ons that established his persona on his 1993 debut solo album, “12 Play.” He’s also back in his more recent robo-R&B realm of electronic keyboards, programmed drums and the buzzing fringe of Auto-Tune on his voice.


    His facility is undiminished. Only Prince — someone Mr. Kelly has obviously studied — can match him in creating oozing, undulating motion at tempos that would leave other singers stuck like dinosaurs in a tarpit. (He has his own technique for maintaining that motion: vocal lines that hop and skip and slide as they subdivide the beat.) Each song on this album is a gleaming overdubbed edifice of, for instance, creamy vocal harmonies (“Legs Shakin’ ”), pearly keyboard lines over sparse drums (“Genius”) or electronic stutters of voice and artificial percussion (Hidden Content ). Even through the welter of effects, Mr. Kelly’s voice holds some humanity: a streak of melancholy and a hint of gospelly aspiration.


    But in choosing to do a 21st-century sequel to “12 Play,” Mr. Kelly has deliberately narrowed his possibilities. Songs like “Cookie,” “Crazy Sex” and “Legs Shakin’ ” start off as promises of highly skilled sexual attentions, but end up as to-do lists.


    The album isn’t just focused on lascivious promises of sex; it’s focused on strip-club sex. Pole dancing figures in more than one song; so does the assumption that what all women want besides his prowess is conspicuous consumption. “Throw This Money” tells a nameless stripper, “I just want to sip my drink, lay back and look at you,” though he makes a move later on; throwing money is just the start of the spree in “Spend That.” Even a song that briefly considers a woman’s emotional needs, “You Deserve Better,” has him vowing to “bring you wealth” and turns into a catalog of luxury perks.


    This shallow persona isn’t the R. Kelly who found the tension and pain of infidelity in “Down Low (Nobody Has to Know)” in 1995, or who has concocted the wildly complicated polysexual roundelay and rap opera “Trapped in the Closet” or who seized on quasi-gospel inspiration in 1996 for “I Believe I Can Fly.” The musician is there, but so is the career plotter.


    With his sense of market timing — “Write Me Back” was a year ahead of Daft Punk’s disco revival — Mr. Kelly has stepped away from dance music, leaving it to his recent duet partner, Hidden Content . And he has picked up on this year’s increasingly Hidden Content , making him both up-to-the-minute and back to his foundations.


    Mr. Kelly knows exactly what he’s doing. The odd song out on “Black Panties” is Hidden Content which he released online in 2011 after he had surgery on his vocal cords. His voice is less gimmicked, the keyboard chords are gospel and the vocals have the hip-hop flow of “Trapped in the Closet,” as Mr. Kelly attacks naysayers and shows he can sing again.


    He also flaunts another achievement: “Let’s be honest, how many babies been made off me?” he intones. For “Black Panties,” he has decided that slow-groove, baby-making music is all his audience wants. That’s not true. JON PARELES



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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by V.I.P Hidden Content
    Yeah, kinda like 'Go Low' and 'Whole Lotta Kisses'. In fact 'Circles' would fit with those 2 joints and yet none of them really fit the projects that they were actually associated with. That Spanish guitar flavour is straight from '03 but the synths sound more up to date along with the songwriting. Its kinda like he wrote over an older track but tried to make it fit the BP theme. Regardless I do like that song, as for 'Best At It' I think my favourite parts are the end of the chorus (does he sing something about 'Kobe'?) and the end when he sings 'dinner time' and 'alcohol music'. I don't know why he has been using the catchphrase 'dinner time'. Part of me thinks that its a separate project to BP but again regardless I like it. Hidden Content
    now hear me out on this please! i just don't believe his interviews with these projects because he is always hinting multi projects on these albums. i mean when you hear circles you know that has been in the can for years. best at it, to me sounds like he might do a joint project with a cash money records. i mean Alcohol music speaks to that and dinner time.

    he has a tendency to have these albums which since tp3 until now have had multi songs covering various projects. point being IMO he has like 2-3 different projects on said projects. double up did as well, untitled, love letter,write me back got it like that and BP is no different.

    sadly the record company will never allow it all out as one and it shows. however its those tracks after song 12 on each release where its real noticable.

    Shut up is 2 years old and while it works, that could be a album concept on its own.

    legs shaken which was orginally Love in your face and had that guitar solo on it been re worked.

    Genius the way he did it on Jimmy Kimmel got a crazy synth violin and string thing going on and will that ever hit the airwaves?

    his duet with Kelly Rowland and we still waiting on his duet with Mariah carey and Alicia Keys. alot of puzzles and mysterys with the albums

    because just wondering what those other tracks didn't make it out and what year they were actually cut.

    if i ever got to ask him questions on his albums you know I would be ready.

    my ear be on that watch.

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