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Too hard on Kellz (sometimes)

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    i can't decide whether or not this thread has either (1) worn out its welcome, (2) gone too off-topic, or both.

    either way, i think most of us has said our opinion.
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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by AZ2Chi1Kelly Hidden Content
    LOL...I understand. I feel the same way. But the tracks are enjoyable nonetheless. At least I think so. Sure Dream's not going to belt out a bridge or chorus like Kellz but very few artists now-a-days can?

    Kellz is in a class all by himself. I would say Kellz music is "R.Kelly Music" and "R&B" is just everything else.



    Oooo Weee! LOL....I was anticipating some backlash. Hidden Content

    Nah, thats not what Im saying. Im saying that the style and delivery of those tracks are directly influenced by R.Kelly music. So to call what they do complete and utter SHIT doesn't make sense to me? Hidden Content

    SURE....its not KELLZ singing it. Its not KELLZ writing it. You may disagree and dislike Dream/Trey but they employ R.Kelly's style in almost everything they sing. So to call it "SHIT" sounds a bit off to me?

    I can think of 10 R.Kelly songs that sound JUST like "Say Aaah" by Trey. I can think of 50 R.Kelly songs that sound just like the ENTIRE Love/Hate album by Dream.

    There is a direct LINK between their styles. I think Trey is a piece of SHIT for saying what he said. But im not going to knock on his STYLE? Thats Kellz right there!!??? Yeah the Dream cant sing a vocal chromatic scale to save his life but Im not going to knock his music? Thats KELLZ right there??!!

    How many times have ALL OF heard a song by these artists and said "DAMN?! That sounds just like....That lyric reminds me of.....That is like the opening to....." Why would I call Trey and Dream's style SHIT or INTOLERABLE or UN-LISTENABLE?

    The men and the MUSIC are two separate things IMO.


    of course they are...i don't listen to trey because he can't sing, and he sounds like hes having respiratory problems when he tries...what you thought i didn't listen to him after what he said about kells...not the case at all...because i listen to jay-z and he has had plenty to say about kells and he has an arrogant/ thinks hes a God attitude...but i listen to his songs that i like..if your voice annoys me i'm not gonna listen to you at all...there are many artist that i refuse to give the time a day to due to their shitty ass voices that annoy me....now i'm done with this thread...
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