“Snake” (2003): R. Kelly  » Music  »
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    • by Stephen Filippelli

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      R. Kelly “Snake” Chocolate Factory Jive Records

      I guess the ghetto-ness of songs like “Ignition (Remix)” and “Feeling On Yo’ Booty” were beginning to run dry for R. Kelly so now he’s decided to depart from his ghetto ways and do something out of the ordinary, taking a page from Mystikal’s “Danger” video in

      the process - Egypt, Egypt, and Egypt. “Snake”, the second single and music video from his solo album “Chocolate Factory” takes place entirely in the Egyptian desert.

      R. Kelly rides camels and attends an Egyptian stylized Hip Hop festival of sorts while a bunch of big booty dancers shake it up in a bunch ...

      • of revealing Egyptian style outfits. There was a moment during the festival bit which reminded me of Michael Jackson’s “Remember The Time”, which also explored the Egyptian music video setting, although here it is more updated and more skin is shown - It’s the bit with the female dancers at the festival, one
        notable part was watching these lovely ladies massage the temples of their foreheads on each other’s booty while bent over (now you’re talking about feeling on some booty, R. Kelly!).

        What else do we have? Well, there’s a sword fight that’s executed like a dance number and I’m sure George Lucas would certainly be proud of it.

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