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R.Kelly: I Met My Match with Gaga

Lady Gaga and R. Kelly

R.Kelly says he met his match when he collaborated with Lady Gaga.

The R&B star, who worked with the pop star on the track "Do What U Want" from her latest album Artpop, has gushed about the singer after their raunchy performance at the American Music Awards this month. "I met my match when I met Lady Gaga. There's no doubt about it. She's very talented, she has a vision, she has a gift to the world. Then she has balls and she's not afraid to express herself. I don't think she does things to be controversial, she's just being herself," R.Kelly told The Sun newspaper.

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R. Kelly and Justin Bieber Collaborate

Justin Bieber and R. KellyJustin Bieber and R. Kelly have recorded a single together.

The "Never Say Never" singer will release the collaboration on Monday as part of his Music Mondays series. "I just did a song [with him]. [Justin] just called me to do a song, and it's hot. He wanted to go and do some R&B stuff, so we got together and did that," R. Kelly told Vibe magazine.

Justin's fans were over the moon with the news, with one tweeting, "This is too much for my weak heart."

The title of the track - the seventh in Justin's series of reveals, which have mostly been mid-tempo tracks about love and heartbreak - is yet to be announced.

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New Whitney Houston Album Cover Unveiled

Whitney Houston's I Look to You album cover

As we near the debut of Whitney Houston’s new album, more details about the comeback are being revealed.

The cover art for I Look to You, the singer’s first offering of originals since 2002, was revealed last week after Houston appeared in London with Clive Davis, Sony Music’s chief creative officer.

Although tracks for the new CD are still mostly unfinished, fans should expect to hear collaborations with Alicia Keys, Akon, and R. Kelly.

A fall concert for Good Morning America‘s concert series will reportedly coincide with the album’s September 1 release.

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