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R. Kelly Admits He Did Not Drop The “I Admit It” Album. It’s A Plot To Sabotage His Appeal Case

R. Kelly isn’t admitting a damn thing when it comes to the “I Admit It” album that dropped Friday — speaking from jail, he calls the recording a plot to screw him over in court.

TMZ obtained this audio Kelly’s attorney, Jennifer Bonjean, says he recorded Friday shortly after they’d met.

The singer immediately shuts down the notion he’d put out any music right now, much less something with the lyrics, “I Admit It,” because he’s trying to appeal his latest federal conviction.

Even more mysterious … Kelly seems to insinuate the album recordings aren’t even his voice. He says, “I hope people recognized my voice and know that” he wouldn’t be recording in the middle of a legal battle.

As we reported, it certainly looked and sounded like he’d release a 13-track album, with the title track addressing many of the allegations leveled against him.

After just a few hours, though, the project was pulled from Spotify and Apple Music — as Kelly’s label, Sony Music, denied any involvement in the recording or in distributing it to the streamers.

His legal team later told us, they were investigating to figure out who may have released the music.

BTW, we know it was uploaded by Ingrooves, a distributor owned by Universal Music Group … with no ties to Sony Music.

Also, the Federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed R. Kelly didn’t produce any songs using equipment in prison.

During this voice recording, he seemed to want to prove it’s not his voice on “I Admit It” — so, he broke into a few bars of his song, “When A Woman’s Fed Up.”

He thinks there’s a clear difference, but listen for yourself.

Kelly’s been convicted by 2 separate federal juries — and is serving a 30-year sentence for sex crimes. He’s scheduled to be sentenced in February for the second case.