NEW YORK, NY – R. Kelly is feeling the warmth in the wake of “Surviving R. Kelly”. As indicated by TMZ, Kelly’s longtime Record Label Sony Music has gone separate ways with the R&B whiz. Sources near Kelly uncovered the two parties consented to the separation this week.
Sony Music has supposedly been urged to discharge R.Kelly from his agreement as protest outside their Los Angeles and New York City areas proceed.
Lifetime debuted the six-section documentary on January 3, spotlighting R.Kelly’s improper ruthless conduct and claimed sexual assaults.
From that point forward, Lady Gaga, Chance The Rapper and Ciara have pulled their Collaborations with Kelly from streaming service as the #MuteR.Kelly development discovered its unexpected burst of energy.
Kelly has been with Sony Music since the beginning of his career and under contract with RCA — its Subsidiary Label— since 2012. RCA released Kelly’s 12 Nights Of Christmas Album in 2016, his follow-up to 2015’s The Buffet.
Recently, RCA said any new R. Kelly material was on hold, however it would seem that that was just the start.