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This is a discussion on Future - Parachute (Feat. R. Kelly) within the R. Kelly Polls forums, part of the R. Kelly Music Chat category; I mean it have a nice beat to it and R.kelly did his thing on the song...

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    I mean it have a nice beat to it and R.kelly did his thing on the song

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    exclamation point Why O Why...

    Read all of your posts even before giving it a listen myself.
    (It ain't fair, I know.)
    Then I just knew I wouldn't really give it more than 2 Rs.
    After a proper listen, yeah, 1R...

    I'd love to know the real story behind these types of collabos.
    One thing I'm sure about is that Kellz doesn't think the rapper is dope.
    Maybe I'm not hip enough anymore, but this Future guy isn't even rapping here.
    I'm asking to myself, "Where are your rap lyrics?" and "Where would his career be? Wouldn't it go downhill in a few years?"
    ...Found some info on his new album that is about to drop. He got who's who in the industry as guest appearances: R.Kelly, Drake, T.I., Snoop Dogg, et.al.
    He must have pretty good connections
    Anyway, Kellz is helping out the wrong guy and I'm not happy about that.
    I hope he has the chance to help out talented young artists, rappers & singers.
    More rewarding than "With just a lil time and energy, I get my check. Done deal."


    Quote Originally Posted by Marv03 View Post
    IMO this is exactly where Kelly should stay away from, I understand you wanna stay "streer" and connect with the younger listeners but still. To me when an R&B singer outspits these so called one day rappers it shows that this type of music is carbage... Kells has been on plenty of tracks killem the songs with hooks and verses of long forgotten rappers. Kellz needs to sing and leave the youngsters alone.
    Amen to that. Kellz himself grew up on Hiphop and I guess he doesn't think this is all that deep down.
    I wouldn't be surprised if it's no more than something he does on the side.

    Quote Originally Posted by mistermaxxx View Post
    i give it a one because of Kellz flow otherwise this mess is 3rd or 4th tier at best and a dime a dozen in production, writing,etc.. and this mess needs to stay on the cutting room floor. parachute sounds like his parachute got caught up in mid air and he can[t breath. no thank you
    Maybe his career will be MIA, just like that. Poof!
    Another classic example of "a flash in the pan."

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    What Ive come to realise is that Rob very rarely says no to a project. Thing is as they have never met or spent any time in the studio, I think he gets a phone call, the concept of the song is discussed, Rob does his thing, sends it back to them, and then its 'on to the next one'. What they do with the song after that, I dont think Rob really gives a darn, which is cool for him as long as he's getting paid, but when the final product comes out, all people think is 'what is R. Kelly doing' even though what he did was good (relative to the concept and the beat) whereas what the other Guy did was trash. He's kind of in a no-win situation, either people dont check for the song, or they think 'have you heard that really bad song' and as Future is nobody, that bad song gets associated with R. Kelly.

    Oh well, I will be taking the Rob approach on this - on to the next one ("P-p-parachute" ).
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    I don't think the song is as bad as everybody is making out at all.

    I do however agree that Rob should do less of these make-shift collabos. I would prefer him to work on 'projects' with other artists. Ones which require thought and are innovative. I think it is EXACTLY as VIP describes. It is a faxed-in collabo.

    It is produced by Chicago's DJ Pharris though, with whom Rob's worked before. It could be that he's helping out his local friend here, more than 'Future'. And that is admirable.

    I don't think this particular collabo will work against him that much though.

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    R. Kelly's 5 Most Awesome Lyrics On Future's New Track "Parachute" - Music News - Fuse

    The blogs like the song for the most part... and def agree that kells killed this joint

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    This song is ok. Rob gives it life but it's not great.

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    Gave it a few listens now, I like the opening verse a lot. "Her ass got a voice an she sing acapella" "Young fella, they call me the king 'round here". Love those two lines.

    Would give R's parts a 3/5, and Future's a 1/5, so I'll go with 2R's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V.I.P View Post
    What Ive come to realise is that Rob very rarely says no to a project. Thing is as they have never met or spent any time in the studio, I think he gets a phone call, the concept of the song is discussed, Rob does his thing, sends it back to them, and then its 'on to the next one'. What they do with the song after that, I dont think Rob really gives a darn, which is cool for him as long as he's getting paid, but when the final product comes out, all people think is 'what is R. Kelly doing' even though what he did was good (relative to the concept and the beat) whereas what the other Guy did was trash. He's kind of in a no-win situation, either people dont check for the song, or they think 'have you heard that really bad song' and as Future is nobody, that bad song gets associated with R. Kelly.

    Oh well, I will be taking the Rob approach on this - on to the next one ("P-p-parachute" ).
    He said no to some projects who were a lot more promising to me than this, but i guess he just can't stay away from these rap collabo's that's all. It's part of who he is! Remember this line: "I'm tryin' to stay R&B, But these streets is a part of me"
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    Yessir! On listening to it again, I very much doubt this is the finished article. Firstly there's way too much of a pause between when we 1st hear Rob, and when the song actually starts plus their voices arent even at the same volume. It also seems like there is someone else on the track (not Future) who's singing, so maybe that's someone who did a reference for the hook and Rob then did his verse.
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    blitz DJ Pharris talks "Parachute"

    How did you hook Future up with R. Kelly?

    DJ Pharris: Well actually, “Parachute” was my record. It was going to be the first single from my Loud Pack project. Me and John Blu got together, we did the beat and the hook, and I got Kells to get down for me. And I got Future to get down for me. Future liked the record so much, he wanted it for his album. I wasn’t gonna let it go, but it was a bigger look, and the timing was right — so I let him have it.
    I knew the record was going to be big because we’ve got Kells back on the hip-hop scene. We’ve got John Blu, who is very talented, showing off his writing and production skills. So instead of being selfish and trying to keep it for myself, I just let it go. It’s a better look for me and everybody else involved. I looked out for my city. That’s how you put on for your city.

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