New Song: R.Kelly – ‘All Rounds On Me’

Published: Wednesday 20th Jun 2012 by David

With the June 26th release date for R.Kelly‘s ‘Write Me Back’ just days away, today saw the welcome surfacing of ‘All Rounds On Me’, a Rock’n’Roll inspired cut by the icon.

Get right into it below…

A  solid effort, ‘Rounds’ would have been perfect  had Kelly gone the extra mile vocally.

Clearly holding back for one reason or another, the cut could easily have been one of his stronger efforts had he called on his ‘inner Little Richard‘ when in the studio.

Either way, with the LP’s previews giving us no choice but to buy the album when it hits stores,  here’s to the success of ‘Write Me Back’ and the next era of R’s genius.

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  1. Lax June 20, 2012

    Okay man bring the baby making music on, right now.

  2. Alex June 20, 2012

    The entire album is awesome, at least 9 to 11 songs will reach the top 10 and remain in the top 5. this song is one of them…

  3. BEYONCE’S WEAVE June 20, 2012

    If this is what we’re to expect, this album and single will flop.

  4. $$$$$ (Dollar$ign$kills) June 20, 2012

    I like it. Im still being slated by When A Woman Loves

  5. mobwife June 20, 2012

    Is it just more or is R. Kelly looking better with age?

    Anywho, I like his new direction! Kelz is bringing back that old, old, old school “sock hop” music that will appeal to an older generation of ppl! Unlike Brian McKnight (Let me Show You How UR P***Y Works & The Joys of A*** S**), Kelz is in his lane and expanding it in a different direction! IMO

  6. Baller June 20, 2012

    Alrighty! Go head Ray Charles Kelly!
    LMAO, I’m going to get my mama to teach me how to do the swing.

  7. KAT DELUNA FAN June 20, 2012

    it’s ok

  8. LAME June 20, 2012


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