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Saturday, April 02, 2005

R. Kelly's New Sex Song Heats Things Up

Entertainment - AP Music
Mon, Mar 07, 2005

R. Kelly's New Sex Song Heats Things Up
By NEKESA MUMBI MOODY, AP Music Writer

NEW YORK - The subject was never brought up during home economics class, but I'm pretty sure my teacher would have told me that sex in the kitchen was a no-no. Think of the potential for cuts and burns in all the wrong places.

Yet R. Kelly makes it sound all so darned appealing in his new song titled — you guessed it — "Sex In the Kitchen," which has got radio cooking these days. Sample lyrics: "Sex in the kitchen, over by the stove, put you on the counter, by the buttered rolls. Hands on the table, on your tippy-toes, we'll be making love like the restaurant was closed."

Which begs the question — is this going on in your local diner? And more importantly, how much freakier can R. Kelly get on record?

After all, this is the guy who's already given us "Bump N' Grind," "Feelin' On Yo Booty," "Your Body's Callin'," and "Sex Me" — and that's just the beginning of his raunchy repertoire. He's made an art of making the crassest acts sound divine. And who else could mention tomatoes and potatoes on a pillow-talk groove and get away with it?

(The criminal charges against Kelly raise a whole 'nother set of issues. But that's another story.)

Though it's due to be the first song off of his upcoming album, "Sex In the Kitchen" isn't all that new, at least to devoted Kelly fans. Those who caught him on tour two years ago will recall him teasing the audience with snippets of the ditty then — much to the delight of the women in the audience.

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