R. Kelly Reveals He Wrote The "Ignition (Remix)" Before The Original

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R. Kelly’s catalog is hella lengthy however one tune specifically has actually stood the check time. “Ignition (Remix)” is one his largest hits thus far, which says so much contemplating he is 13 studio albums deep with a number of platinum plaques for the numerous singles he is put out. The tune dropped in 2003 as the primary single to his album Chocolate Factory. Now, each time a tune has the phrase “remix” subsequent to it, it presumably signifies that it has been re-worked after the unique was made. However, that is probably not the case for “Ignition.”

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Over the weekend, R. Kelly dropped the ball on the fact behind his hit single. “Fun truth: I wrote the remix earlier than I wrote I wrote the tune,” he wrote on Twitter alongside a brief clip the music video. As anticipated, the information got here as a shock to some his followers on the social media platform.

One fan wrote, “Does that not imply that “the tune” is then the remix? Not?” Someone replied to this tweet by saying, “Inception.”

Another consumer identified his intro to the tune. “Never 4get when @rkelly mentioned: “Now normally I do not do that however uh Go head’ on and break em f wit a lil PREVIEW the remix” Then gave us the entire tune…”

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However, that is truly not the primary time he revealed this truth. As identified by CapitalXtra, Kelly revealed this element in an interview with GQ in 2016. He mentioned that he initially wrote the lyrics, “this the remix to ignition/ scorching and recent out the kitchen,” 5 years earlier than truly creating the tune. The singer did not assume a lot it initially so he stored it on the backburner.