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R. Kelly Returns To Billboard Charts After

Despite allegations of sexual abuse, R. Kelly's die-hards are standing by his side.

It seems as if we're witnessing the demise in R. Kelly's career, but it looks like it's going to take more than a docuseries to knock him off the charts. According to Billboard, two of the singer's biggest hits to date have made returned to the charts following the airing of Lifetime's docuseries.

 

"Ignition" and "I Believe I Can Fly" are back on Billboard's R&B Digital Song Sales chart after Lifetime's six-part docuseries Surviving R. Kelly aired at the beginning of the month. "Ignition" is currently sitting at #12 on the R&B Digital Song Sales chart with a spike of 191% in week-over-week purchases. According to Nielsen Music, the singer sold 2000 downloads in the week ending on Jan 10th. It's the best the song has performed in nearly 2 years since moving 2000 units in the week ending on Jan. 12, 2017. "Ignition" also brought in 3.1M U.S. on-demand streams in the week ending on Jan. 10th. 

 

"I Believe I Can Fly" debuted at no. 16 on the R&B Digital Song Sales with 2000 copies sold as well which is the highest it's charted since Feb. 25th, 2016. The increase in streams for both songs helped The Essential R. Kelly project re-enter the Top R&B albums chart at no. 19. Additionally, it also debuted on the Billboard 200 at no. 144 and at no. 46 on the Top Catalog Albums.

 

Earlier today, it was revealed that Sony had dropped R. Kelly from their label following the numerous protests and allegations stemming from Surviving R. Kelly. 

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Divas In The Kitchen

by Rochelle Lucas

 

EMPLOYERS CAN MAKE THE WORKPLACE A HEALTHY PLACE

 

Good Eating, Good Drinking & Exercise - The Answers to Good Life


Healthy eating and proper exercise can enhance workplace performance.  Employers can contribute with the development of thoughtful practices that encourage employees to engage in healthy activities.

 

Employers can establish programs within the work space that would create and improve partnering and group interaction.  There is a special dynamic that develops when employees share diet tips, food dishes, recipes and in general fruits and vegetables that can be distributed throughout the office and can be appreciated within the work environment. Technology has opened the door for creativity and sharing that has never been offered previously.  Hassle-free information is just a click away.

 

Employers can contribute by designated a specific time and day that they will provide health information professionals to be available to their employees in order to keep them apprised of new and cutting edge information about food, exercise and beverages.

The employer can establish a once a week Farmer’s Market on site of the workplace for employees to purchase and consume healthy foods for themselves and their families.

Employers can install an alkaline water machine in their facility to offer water that contains a high ph balance for their workforce. 

 

Employers can create healthy competition within the work space.  By working with the health care providers that provides medical insurance for their employees, the employer can create a program where the staff can monitor their steps, cholesterol, blood pressure, and glucose levels.  All personal medical information will only be handled by health care providers and with the written permission of the employee.


Employers can provide extra time mid-day for workers to participate in walks, cycling, yoga, eliminate stress activities, exercise and other activities that will enhance body movement.
      

 

Employers can provide monetary or gift incentives for the winners of specific competitions.    For the employer, the goal is to improve job performance, longevity and fewer critical illnesses which lead to loss of work hours and stress on others. Some programs are free to California Health Care Providers.

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