Relocation of the recording studio
After restricted access judge
20/02/2019 09h38 PST
R. Kelly leaves the Chicago recording studio where he has produced some of his greatest hits.
The singer's lawyers, Melvin Sims and Steven Greenberg, say to TMZ … Kelly is moving because the restrictions imposed by the court prevented her from giving free rein to her creativity.
As we reported … a judge limited the studio's hours of work after city inspectors found tons of building code violations.
Kelly's people say that he's struggling to adapt to the radical changes – Especially cut off his nighttime access – so he's looking for a new place to record. They insist that 24-hour access is the industry's widely accepted standard. His curfew of 9 hours has therefore harmed his "musical innovation".
Kelly has produced tons of studio hits, including "Ignition", "Step In The Name Of Love" and "Trapped In The Closet" – but that's also where he would have held women against their will. The studio was presented in the Lifetime docuseries"Survive R. Kelly."