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R. Kelly to Host Musical Cruise

R&B star hitting the open seas in 2012

December 14, 2011 3:45 PM ET
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R. Kelly attends the Made in Africa: By Arise Magazine fashion show after-party during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.
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For his next career move, R. Kelly is taking to the sea. The R&B singer will host the "Love Letter Cruise," a six-day trip from Miami to several Caribbean ports, in October 2012.

Prices for Kelly's cruise range from $999 to $2999, with a $250 discount if booked before December 17th. He will perform twice during the voyage. "Join me as I sail away on my first annual Love Letter Cruise," Kelly tweeted yesterday.

The singer, who is currently recovering from throat surgery, recently revealed the name of a planned autobiography, Soula Coaster: The Diary of Me

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