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R.Kelly to Headline THISDAY Music Festival

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    Its all over...africa namibia too....everyone...people are just hungry for the old school kells...

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    Great video!! Thanks M.

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    Here is a another link to video w/Kellz interview:
    http://www.myvideo.co.za/video/r-kelly-in-south-africa
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    ^Nice find B...Its actually different to the other video...Rob sings 'I Believe I Can Fly' and talks a bit about Politics...AND...AUTOTUNE!!!
    "You have reached R. Kelly, unfortunately Im asleep..." Hidden Content

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    Lmao!
    Funny what Kells says of autotune

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcarter74 View Post
    Here is a another link to video w/Kellz interview:
    http://www.myvideo.co.za/video/r-kelly-in-south-africa
    Thanks for the different link also! You and Mista are on your jobs no doubt!
    I would love to see the full press conference now. I wish he would have expanded his thoughts on him using the autotune. Hopefully someone asked him will he continue to use it and say how his fans may feel about it.

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    flash, pause Nice pix

    Quote Originally Posted by skoolboi View Post
    He sung I Believe I Can Fly?? Wow, this is great! I can't wait until he releases this album and tours again.
    Did anybody get the video of the concert???

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    i love it..thanks

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    I feel good about this tour. He's already starting it off right with the song A Change Gonna Come by Sam Cooke. I always thought that song was for him to sing. Love it man!

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    update

    R. Kelly Tickets Go on Sale for Lagos, Abuja Dates



    THISDAY ONLINE / Nigeria news / African views on global news



    Tickets for the 2009 THISDAY Music Fes-tival starring American R&B legend, R. Kelly, with African icons, Lagbaja, D'Banj, Neto C, Wande Cole, PSquare and others performing, will go on sale today for the Abuja and Lagos dates.
    R. Kelly, who performed at the Arise African Fashion Awards in Johannesburg, South Africa, last Saturday, is scheduled to play at the Sun City Superbowl on Saturday and Grandwest Casino next Monday in Cape Town, South Africa.
    The tickets for the Abuja and Lagos dates will be on sale at THISDAY Dome in Abuja and THISDAY Media Stores, The Palms, Lagos.

    The Abuja show will hold at THISDAY Dome on Sunday, July 5, after R. Kelly's two appearances in Lagos. The venues for Lagos will be known to the ticket holders.
    On July 3, in Lagos, he will give a VIP special command performance at a seven-star venue and round off the Lagos leg of the tour with another performance on July 4.
    The tickets in South Africa are sold out both in Johannesburg and Cape Town, with South African clamouring for more shows.
    R.Kelly will perform at the grand finale of THISDAY Music Festival 2009 holding at the Wembley Arena, London.
    Last Saturday at the Sandton International Conv-ention Centre, Johann-esburg, more than 1000 fashion insiders and guests converged to celebrate the fashion talent of Africa at the inaugural Arise Africa Fashion awards.
    South African David Tlale and Nigerian Tiffany Amber won the joint top prize of Designer of the Year.

    They have both now won a place on the catwalks of Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week in September of this year, as part of the Arise African Fashion Collective show.
    Hosts, Dr Precious Moloi Motsepe, from African Fashion International (AFI), and Nduka Obai-gbena, Arise founder and THISDAY Group chairman said “change in Africa will not come through politics, but through the people”.
    This was a theme of the evening that was echoed in the moving speech by former first lady of France, Cecilia Attias, who spoke of her belief that women would offer the real solutions to the issues of Africa and quoting Desmond Tutu and his definition of Ubuntu, saying that “a person is a person through other persons”.
    This was the case with fashion in Africa at the event – designers, models, producers, media and buyers from the four regions of Africa and across the world, came together in an unprecedented demonstration of African unity to celebrate the diversity and cultural authenticity of this continent's fashion in the context of a world-class, 21st century fashion aesthetic.

    ARISE magazine, launched in February 2009, is the world’s first magazine on global African style, culture, business and politics.
    Produced in London, ARISE is published by THISDAY Media Group, Leaders & Company Ltd, one of Africa’s leading daily news outlets. T
    HISDAY events, including the THISDAY Awards and THISDAY Music and Fashion Festivals, have brought music and fashion icons as well as world and business leaders to Lagos, Abuja, London and Washington, DC, including Bill Clinton, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Usher and many more.
    ARISE is aimed at a readership throughout the global African Diaspora with an interest in the cultural successes and positive social developments coming out of the continent. Its editorial content and quality are tailored to appeal to young and affluent readers.
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    But here is the crux: Psychopaths don't feel they have psychological or emotional problems, and they see no reason to change their behavior to conform with societal standards they do not agree with.







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