The musician had been accused of sexual misconduct and abuse of young girls for decades.
“I Admit” addresses sexual misconduct accusations against Kelly and mentions his childhood experiences with abuse. Critics say the song seems like a bizarre attempt to garner public sympathy in the hopes of absolving Kelly of his alleged crimes.
Starting today, you won't be able to find R. Kelly's music on Spotify's official playlists like Rap Caviar and Discover Weekly.
On Tuesday morning, the organization made a call to action to investigate the singer's alleged abuse against women.