R. Kelly Reveals He Wrote His ‘Ignition’ Remix Before The Original & People Are Confused
26 February 2018, 16:51
R. Kelly has confused Twitter.
R. Kelly has revealed that he wrote his famous song ‘Ignition’ remix before he wrote the original song.
The troubled R&B singer, who released his remix to ‘Ignition’ back in 2003, made the surprising statement on Twitter.
“Fun fact: I wrote the remix before I wrote I wrote the song,” he wrote.
Fun Fact: I wrote the remix before I wrote the song. pic.twitter.com/KK1p1yShlP— R. Kelly (@rkelly) 25 February 2018
However following the tweet, fans expressed their confusion.
Does that not mean that “the song” is then the remix? Not?— Urie Trishkov (@bonolo79) 25 February 2018
Today was the first time I have heard the original version of Ignition o.O— Ooh_u (@U__Money) 25 February 2018
Really? Thatz dope! Nothing wrong with going right to left.— FoxyMelissa (@MelissaEWright1) 25 February 2018
That means the remix is actually the real song n d real song is actually the remix.— Chris Somario (@officialsomario) 25 February 2018
So the remix is really the original and the original with just you is really the remix?— Smilin' Genius (@Scorp294) 25 February 2018
To be honest I always thought the remix was the original— #StuckInTheNineties (@Kizaro47) 25 February 2018
You did, I thought you wrote the original before the remix— Tasia Hester (@TasiaHester2) 25 February 2018
During an interview with GQ, R. Kelly bizarrely revealed that he wrote the main section of ‘Ignition’ (Remix) around five years before he wrote ‘Ignition’ – especially the lines:
“It's the remix to 'Ignition'/ hot and fresh out the kitchen”
However he apparently shelved the lyrics because he didn’t think they were any good.
When R. Kelly was asked about how he was able to write the remix to a song that doesn’t exist yet, he admitted it was “ass-backwards”.
The ‘Ignition’ remix and original were both placed on his 2003 album ‘Chocolate Factory’.
Meanwhile, R. Kelly has been in the news recently for after he was reportedly evicted from two of his houses, including the one in which he allegedly had a sex cult.