"Trapped in the Closet" is Kelly's boldest step yet in a career that includes such risque landmarks as "Bump N' Grind" and "I Like the Crotch on You." In a masterful marketing move, the elaborate story-song was released to radio and on Kelly's Web site in installments, building suspense as listeners wondered what would happen next in the 16-minute soap opera, which he has described as "a ghetto 'Desperate Housewives.' " . . .
The other "TP.3 Reloaded" tracks issued in advance -- the first single, "Sex in the Kitchen," and the third single, "Playa's Only," which was released on Tuesday -- also explore sexual topics. Some of the titles of other album tracks promise more of the same, including "Sex Weed," "(Sex) Love Is What We Makin'" and "Girls Go Crazy."
I like the . . . come again?
As always, Chappelle got it first.