Epic (R. Kelly album)

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Epic
R. Kelly - Epic.jpg
Compilation album by R. Kelly
Released September 13, 2010 (2010-09-13)
Recorded 1996–2010
Genre R&B, pop, soul, gospel
Length 53:20
Label Jive, Sony
Producer R. Kelly
R. Kelly chronology
I Believe I Can Fly: The Best of R.Kelly
(2009)
Epic
(2010)
The Essential R. Kelly
(2014)
Singles from Epic
  1. "Sign of a Victory"
    Released: May 31, 2010[1]

Epic is a compilation album by American R&B musician R. Kelly, released September 13, 2010, in Europe through Jive Records and Sony Music. The album is a collection of hit ballads by Kelly such as "The World's Greatest", "If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time", "I'm Your Angel" and "I Believe I Can Fly". He also recorded five new ballads for the record including the official 2010 FIFA World Cup anthem and first single "Sign of a Victory".

Background[edit]

Epic features four new and unreleased songs alongside a selection of "aspirational songs and timeless R. Kelly classics", Epic is the first to emerge from a trio of albums that R. Kelly plans to release in 2010 including Love Letter and Zodiac.[2]

Singles[edit]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and produced by R. Kelly.

No. Title Length
1. "Heal It (Prelude)" (previously unreleased) 1:24
2. "Sign of a Victory" (official FIFA World Cup 2010 song) 4:12
3. "I Believe" (Barack Obama Theme) 4:58
4. "The World's Greatest" (from Ali soundtrack) 4:37
5. "Victory" (previously unreleased) 4:04
6. "Peace" (from Happy People/U Saved Me) 5:09
7. "If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time" (from R.) 6:17
8. "Fireworks" (previously unreleased) 3:57
9. "Spirit" (from Happy People/U Saved Me) 3:53
10. "I'm Your Angel" (Duet with Céline Dion) (from R.) 5:35
11. "Can You Feel It" (previously unreleased) 3:54
12. "I Believe I Can Fly" (from Space Jam and R.) 5:20

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sign Of A Victory (The Official 2010 Fifa World Cup(Tm) Anthem): R. Kelly featuring Soweto Spiritual Singers: MP3 Downloads". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-01-10. 
  2. ^ Young, Taiia (2010). Won't Back Down (September 2010 ed.). XXL. p. 64. 

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