In looking at this video, it appears “R” took a page from the book of Marvin Gaye much like Maxwell’s Fistful of Tears. Funny enough, I can really see Marvin crooning a song like this selection with the fullest conviction and emotional expression he’s known to embody. In this video, I’m very pleased to see and hear Kellz in this musical light. Despite much of his personal scandals and being “trapped in the closet”, this 60’s inspired song pleas the case of R. Kelly’s ability to shift gears and deliver a melody which requires some emotional dynamics and carries a timeless appeal in it’s lyrics. Now I know Kellz’ may make me eat my words by doing some kind of “stripper remix” because of course, we don’t have enough of those on radio,  however I’ll simply enjoy this piece for what it’s worth at the moment.

Hope is a music enthusiast and continual student of photography. Also known to rock out a quiet church or elevator with her current ringtone, Tom & Jerry’s Uncle Paco, “Crambone”.