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R. Kelly - Dancin'

This is a discussion on R. Kelly - Dancin' within the R. Kelly Music Chat forums, part of the R. Kelly Discussion category; Thanks a lot perch. Catchy, indeed. The catchy-ness of this one is far superior to the kind of catchy-ness he ...

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    Thanks a lot perch. Catchy, indeed. The catchy-ness of this one is far superior to the kind of catchy-ness he is after nowadays.

    Hidden Content Originally Posted by V.I.P Hidden Content
    ^Yep, but Frankie J ended up recording it...dont think it made his last album though...Rob probably wrote it in like '02/'03 dusted it off and sent it to Frankie in like '05/'06...leaked in late 07/early 08. Hidden Content

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    Thank you G for the breakdown on the song's history.


    Hidden Content Originally Posted by mistermaxxx Hidden Content
    very much 02/03 sounding. back then the acoustic guitar and water faucet beats and drops were his trademark.

    back then donnie lyles was cutting with kellz non stop.
    Don't know why, but I had a smile on my face at the "water faucet beats" part.
    Since you brought up the 02/03 sound, he was riding a wave of the Latin fever in the music industry at the time as well as putting his own into the works. Oh, speaking of his own style back then, he was into sounding exotic, as if doing the Latin thing wasn't exotic enough.

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    This one grows on you, real cute harmonies throughout

    The breadth of Kellz writing styles never ceases to amaze me

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