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Celine Dion to bring down I’m your angel song done with R. Kelly

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R. Kelly is at again and this time it’s from Celine Dion who is planning to pull down their collabo song I’m your angel.

The song which was written by R. Kelly back in 1998 appeared in Celine dion’s album “These are special times” did not appear in R. Kelly album despite the collabo.

Celine Dion and her team are in the process of pulling it down. Other artists who have apologized for collaborating with the legendary singer include Lady Gaga and Phoenix the band.

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Lady Gaga has made it clear that she is pulling down songs done together with R. Kelly and even apologized for linking up with him.

Phoenix the band only apologized but have not made any plans of bringing down songs done with R. Kelly.

I’m your angel song reached number one on billboard’s hot 100 and stayed there for about six weeks. It fetched millions of dollars in revenue as it hit platinum and in addition to that it was also nominated for Grammy.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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