Chapter 1-12 were a unintentionally hilarious look at R Kelly's psyche. They were actually somewhat kept in line with the music, and was (until the midget) mildly believable for a Hip Hop Song. Well, 13-22... Oh My God. You have to watch these just because.... Yeah."Trapped in the Closet" is a series of songs released by R&B singer R. Kelly in the late summer of 2005. The songs relate an ongoing narrative, which Kelly exploited by sending chapters to radio stations one at a time to generate interest. It has no chorus and is told in a conversational manner, using dramatics and cliffhangers between the episodes. It tells the story of how a one night stand can set off a chain reaction of events that reveal a web of lies and deception.
In November 2005, six more chapters were released, for a total of twelve, on DVD. Nearly two years later, in August 2007, ten more chapters were released on DVD and through the internet at IFC.com/trapped.
Chapters 1-12 (you really do need to know the full story, it is just so fantastic and hilarious, and it is worth the time) can be found here
Chapters 13-22 can be found here.
Oh Yeah, did I tell you that R Kelly does the voices of about 20 different characters? Cause he does. Watch it. You know you want to.