Though their name suggests it, this is not that hot new R. Kelly/Michael Jackson duet LP. It's actually the collaborative work of Detroit's Waajeed (Jay Dee's homey, who's done mad tracks for Slum Village and Dwele) and instrumentalist Saadiq, featuring a fistful of rappers and singers from all over the place. There are tons of neo-soul groups offering up stuff that's lulling and/or monotonous, so it's striking how jammin' this is while still maintaining that laid-back-on-a-maroon-velvet-couch-in-the-club-wearin'-a-Kufi-hat vibe. Blame it on the blazin' Motown-flav beats, Jay Dee's hunger on Act Like You Know or newcomer Georgia's radiant voice. Now stop blaming people and go cop it.