Oh R. Kelly, what hath you wrought, sir? Brian McKnight, the smooth R&B singer best known for his decidedly non-porny songs "Love Is" and "Back at One," "had an idea about doing an adult mixtape," as the singer explains in a new video. After reaching out to his Twitter followers to find out what subjects they wanted him to cover—crowdsourcing at its finest—the results were unanimous:

"Brian, how does my p**sy work?"

Never let it be said that McKnight is not a man of the people, as the singer previewed his new song "How Your P**sy Works (If You're Ready to Learn)." Is this a new direction for McKnight? An elaborate, fun joke? An intentional scheme to regain the spotlight via a guaranteed viral video? (It's working; "Brian McKnight" began trending nationally on Twitter following the song's release). Who cares? This exists.

The GRAMMY-nominated singer who sang, "Love takes the tears and the pain/And then turns it into the beauty that remains" is now singing, "Let me show you how your p**sy works/Since you didn't bring it to me first/I have lots of things to show you/If you're ready to learn" and "I did my post-grad in sociology/So what I tell you might seem strange/Since you don't know about your physiology/You don't have to be ashamed." Bravo, Mr. McKnight. Flip conventions and preconceptions of you on their head. 

So yeah, Internet. Have at it. McKnight is throwing you a softball right over the sweet spot of the plate. Go hit your homers.

Brian McKnight, "How Your P**sy Works (If You're Ready to Learn)"