Justin Bieber & R. Kelly Want To Have Sex With You Anywhere, Anytime On “PYD”: Listen

Carl Williott | November 18, 2013 5:58 am

Justin Bieber‘s metamorphosis from teen heartthrob to R&B sex machine is complete with “PYD,” the latest mature offering from his #MusicMondays series, and he snagged R. Kelly on the track for some added cred in the panty-dropping department. It’s Bieber’s most sexually charged song yet, with the star crooning about how he’s going to “put you down… all the way down” on pretty much any surface and in any room imaginable: from the stove to the countertop, dining room table… On a plane, a train [at this point, I was like, please tell me he says “automobile,” and he does!].

Kells then swoops in for the most R. Kelly of R. Kelly verses: “On the roof, balcony / We don’t care who sees… I been doing forensics on your body in this club / And I can tell the way you walk your body ain’t been touched, the right way.”

“PYD” boasts a foggy arrangement thanks to a barely-there beat that’s Noah “40” Shebib-ian in its billowy nebulousness, with faint thumps and echoes gliding under the singers’ airy sexual proclamations. Hear the sultry jam below (which, by the way, is the second stellar track R. Kelly has guested on in as many months).

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