Apple Music and Spotify have removed R. Kelly’s prison album, I Admit It, in which he raps about the sex crimes that put him behind bars from their stores.
The 55-year-old somehow managed to release the 13-track album on both platforms on Friday. His record label claims it wasn’t them who put it out.
R. Kelly’s prison Album ‘I Admit It’ was available for a few hours before the streaming giants removed it. Among its vile songs is the title track, which sees the perverted pedophile sneer: ‘I done f*** with a couple of fans… I admit I did it.’
R. Kelly has released a new album called I Admit It on Spotify and Apple Music. Some of the tracks on the album date back to 2018 but have only existed on Soundcloud until today It’s unclear why Spotify and Apple have allowed the singer to upload new materials, and it’s also unknown when the singer recorded the songs.
However, R Kelly has been incarcerated for sex trafficking. R&B singer Robert Sylvester Kelly popularly known as R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison for federal racketeering and sex trafficking charges.
According to the US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, following his conviction last year on federal racketeering and sex trafficking charges stemming from his efforts over years to use his fame to ensnare victims he sexually abused.
Prosecutors had asked the judge to sentence Kelly, 55, to more than 25 years behind bars, while his defense attorneys asked for 10 or fewer, saying prosecutors’ request was “tantamount to a life sentence.”