A new R. Kelly album titled I Admit It was uploaded to streaming services Friday (Dec. 9), but it didn’t come from Kelly’s team or his label.
While the release credits Sony Music’s Legacy Recordings as the label, a rep for Legacy Recordings said the company was not involved in the project. Furthermore, sources at Legacy say the album came as a total surprise and they are inquiring with streamers such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music how the album was delivered to them.
Instead, the album was uploaded by Universal Music Group-owned distributor INgrooves, leaving involved parties scrambling to figure out what went wrong.
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