R. Kelly to debut new album “Black Depends” about senior fetish at Track 29

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R&B singer and recording artist R. Kelly has announced that next month, at the Chattanooga venue Track 29, he will debut his new album, Black Depends, by performing it in its entirety.

The controversial, court-embattled singer is known for his intense fetishes for elderly women and urolagnia, which are the two passions combined on his upcoming twelfth studio album, Black Depends, which takes its name from the absorbent undergarment.

Kelly is one of the most successful R&B artists of the last two decades, having sold over 54 million albums worldwide, and in 1994, the shocking news was revealed that Kelly had wed poet Maya Angelou, although the marriage was annulled soon afterwards.

Black Depends will feature fourteen new tracks, including “Assisted Loving,” “Gin and Prune Juice,” “GILF Hunter” and “Ride Me Like A Rascal.”

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