R. Kelly ready to promote 'Untitled' with fall dates
Following the Oct. 13 release of his new album "Untitled," R. Kelly will hit the road for a two-month outing dubbed the "Ladies Make Some Noise!" tour.
The Grammy-winning R&B star will kick off the trek Oct. 8 in Mashantucket, CT, followed by stops in 35 cities across the country. Venues for the run have not yet been announced, though a press release describes the tour as "intimate." The full schedule is shown below.
"Untitled," R. Kelly's 10th studio set, follows "Double Up," which hit shelves in 2007 and peaked at No. 1 on The Billboard 200. Earlier this year, the singer also released "The Demo," a four-song mix-tape featuring the club hit "Supa Man featuring OJ Da Juiceman."
"Number One," the new album's lead single featuring Keri Hilson, recently debuted on radio stations nationwide.
In June, R. Kelly was cleared of all 14 counts filed against him for allegedly making and starring in a sex video with an underage girl. The charges were brought against the 41-year-old singer six years ago.