Los Angeles Stay In Motion With “R. Kelly” NSFW

Published on July 25th, 2012 by

So to start – this isn’t the R. Kelly that white people know from his epic “Trapped In The Closet.” In fact, we’re not sure why it’s called “R. Kelly,” perhaps a play on “Our Kelly,” or something to that effect.  What we do know is that Los Angeles has created an hypersexual, mysterious reputation which grows and advances with each piece.  In this video, a sultry frontman (who I think we’re supposed to keep mysterious – for now) dons an outfit right out of Marc Almond‘s (Soft Cell) closet.  Of the videos for Los Angeles’ work thus far, this one is more innocuous and a performance accompaniment than some of the more seemingly storyboarded pieces prior.  But we’re not complaining; it’s super cool and very, very sexy (as Barbara Mason would say – go look her up children!).  We’ve written more about Los Angeles this year than just about any other band, their songs, and more specifically the accompanying short films, are that interesting.  They’ve created a unique and interesting vibe with (and I think I’ve said each time) a “DIY is not dead” attitude attached.  This video is not safe for work, so don’t even, okay?  We’ve been a little tardy on this, but are still way ahead of the curve on this.  If you haven’t yet, view our previous entries from Los Angeles at the following links.  ”Sexual Humiliation,” “His Hard,” and +1′s “Message=Message.”  Download “R. Kelly” HERE

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