January 15, 2019 10:45 AM

R. Kelly is under fire — and along with the scandal surrounding the sexual abuse allegations against him comes renewed focus on his collaborations with other stars over the years.

On Wednesday, Lady Gaga — who worked with Kelly, 52, on her 2013 single “Do What U Want” — broke her silence on the scrutiny Kelly is facing in the wake of the Lifetime docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly, which features interviews with women who claim that for decades the hit-making singer and producer used his power and influence to sexually and physically abuse women and young girls.

“I stand behind these women 1000%, believe them, know they are suffering and in pain, and feel strongly that their voices should be heard and taken seriously,” said Gaga, 32 on her Instagram Stories.

“What I am hearing about the allegations against R Kelly is absolutely horrifying and indefensible,” she added, going on to describe how being sexually assaulted at age 19 informed her mindset when she worked with Kelly in her mid-20s.

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Representatives for Kelly, born Robert Sylvester Kelly, responded “no comment” to PEOPLE’s request for a response to the allegations made in Surviving R. Kelly and interviews with alleged victims in last week’s issue of PEOPLE.

R. Kelly and Lady Gaga
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Gaga is among several superstars who have recorded with Kelly — from 1992 to 2017, the musician once crowned the King of R&B collaborated on more than 100 tracks with other performers, including Justin Bieber (“PYD” in 2013), Ja Rule and Ashanti (“Wonderful” in 2004).

He shares the most songs with JAY-Z, with whom he worked on the 2002 studio album The Best of Both Worlds.

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Celine Dion
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As for his most successful collaboration, look no further than Céline Dion‘s “I’m Your Angel,” which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1998 — a feat Kelly has only accomplished with one other song, “Bump N’ Grind,” released in 1994. On Monday, TMZ reported that Dion, 50, was in the process of having the song removed from all music services — the video has already been removed.

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Below is a complete list of Kelly’s collaborations over the years.

  1. 1992: “Born Into the 90s” with Public Announcement
  2. 1992: “Hangin’ Out” with Public Announcement
  3. 1992: “Dedicated” with Public Announcement
  4. 1992: “Definition of a Hotti” with Public Announcement
  5. 1992: “Hey Love (Can I Have a Word)” with Public Announcement (feat. Mr. Lee)
  6. 1992: “Honey Love” with Public Announcement
  7. 1992: “I Know What You Need” with Public Announcement
  8. 1992: “Keep It Street” with Public Announcement
  9. 1992: “She’s Got That Vibe” with Public Announcement
  10. 1992: “She’s Loving Me” with Public Announcement
  11. 1992: “Slow Dance” with Public Announcement
  12. 1995: “(You To Be) Be Happy” (feat. The Notorious B.I.G.)
  13. 1996: “All Of My Days” by Changing Faces (feat. JAY-Z)
  14. 1996: “Be My Lady” by Whodini (feat. R. Kelly)
  15. 1997: “It’s On” by Mary J. Blige (feat. R. Kelly)
  16. 1998: “Dollar Bill” (feat. Foxy Brown)
  17. 1998: “Ghetto Queen” (feat. Crucial Conflict)
  18. 1998: “I’m Your Angel” Duet with Celine Dion
  19. 1998: “The Interview” (feat. Suzanne LeMignot)
  20. 1998: “Money Makes The World Go Round” (feat. Nas)
  21. 1998: “We Ride” (feat. Cam’Ron, Noreaga, Jay-Z and Vegas Cats)
  22. 1998: “Be Careful” by Sparkle (feat. R. Kelly)
  23. 1999: “Satisfy You” by Puff Daddy (feat. R. Kelly)
  24. 2000: “Fiesta” (feat. Boo & Gotti)
  25. 2001: “Contagious” by The Isley Brothers (feat. R. Kelly and Chanté Moore)
  26. 2002: “The Best of Both Worlds” with JAY-Z
  27. 2002: “Break Up to Make Up” with JAY-Z
  28. 2002: “Get This Money” with JAY-Z
  29. 2002: “Honey” with JAY-Z
  30. 2002: “Green Light” with JAY-Z (feat. Beanie Sigel)
  31. 2002: “It Ain’t Personal” with JAY-Z
  32. 2002: “P—y” with JAY-Z (feat. Devin the Dude)
  33. 2002: “The Return” with JAY-Z
  34. 2002: “Shake Ya Body” with JAY-Z (feat. Lil Kim)
  35. 2002: “Shorty” with JAY-Z
  36. 2002: “Somebody’s Girl” with JAY-Z
  37. 2002: “The Streets” with JAY-Z
  38. 2002: “Take You Home With Me aka Body” with JAY-Z
  39. 2003: “Ghetto Religion” (feat. Wyclef Jean)
  40. 2003: “Showdown” (feat. Ronald Isley)
  41. 2003: “Gangsta Girl” by Big Tymers (feat. R. Kelly)
  42. 2003: “Gigolo” by Nick Cannon (feat. R. Kelly)
  43. 2004: “Big Chips” with JAY-Z
  44. 2004: “Break Up (That’s All We Do)” with JAY-Z
  45. 2004: “Don’t Let Me Die” with JAY-Z
  46. 2004: “Feelin’ You in Stereo” with JAY-Z
  47. 2004: “Mo’ Money” with JAY-Z (feat. Twista)
  48. 2004: “Pretty Girls” with JAY-Z
  49. 2004: “The Return” with JAY-Z
  50. 2004: “Stop” with JAY-Z(feat. Foxy Brown)
  51. 2004: “She’s Coming Home With Me” with JAY-Z
  52. 2004: “We Got ‘Em Goin” with JAY-Z (feat. Memphis Bleek)
  53. 2004: “3-Way Phone Call” (feat. Kelly Price, Kim Burrell & Maurice Mahon)
  54. 2004: “Calling All Girls” by ATL (feat. R. Kelly)
  55. 2004: “Wonderful” by Ja Rule (feat. R. Kelly & Ashanti)
  56. 2005: “Burn It Up” (feat. Wisin and Yandell)
  57. 2005: “Girls Go Crazy” (feat. Baby)
  58. 2005: “Happy Summertime” (feat. Snoop Dogg)
  59. 2005: “Hit It Til The Mornin'” (feat. Twista and Do Or Die)
  60. 2005: “Playa’s Only” (feat. The Game)
  61. 2005: “Reggae Bump Bump” (feat. Elephant Man)
  62. 2005: “Touchin'” (feat. Nivea)
  63. 2005: “Hypnotic” by Syleena Johnson (feat. R. Kelly & Fabolous)
  64. 2007: “Best Friend” (feat. Keyshia Cole and Polow Da Don)
  65. 2007: “The Champ” (feat. Swizz Beatz)
  66. 2007: “Double Up” (feat. Snoop Dogg)
  67. 2007: “Get Dirty” (feat. Chamillionaire)
  68. 2007: “Hook It Up” (feat. Huey)
  69. 2007: “Rock Star” (feat. Ludacris and Kid Rock)
  70. 2007: “Same Girl” Duet with Usher
  71. 2007: “Tryin’ to Get a Number” (feat. Nelly)
  72. 2007: “All The Above” by Beanie Sigel (feat. R. Kelly)
  73. 2007: “Go Getta” by Young Jeezy (feat. R. Kelly)
  74. 2009: “Crazy Night” (feat. R. City)
  75. 2009: “Number One” (feat. Keri Hilson)
  76. 2009: “Pregnant” (feat. Tyrese, Robin Thicke and The-Dream)
  77. 2009: “Supaman High” (feat. OJ Da Juiceman)
  78. 2010: “Love Is” (feat. K. Michelle)
  79. 2010: “Sign of a Victory” (feat. Soweto Spiritual Singers)
  80. 2013: “Do What U Want” by Lady Gaga (feat. R. Kelly)
  81. 2013: “All The Way” (feat. Kelly Rowland)
  82. 2013: “Legs Shakin'” (feat. Ludacris)
  83. 2013: “My Story” (feat. 2 Chainz)
  84. 2013: “Show Ya P—y” (feat. Migos & Juicy J)
  85. 2013: “Spend That” (feat. Jeezy)
  86. 2013: “Tear It Up” (feat. Future)
  87. 2013: “PYD” by Justin Bieber (feat. R. Kelly)
  88. 2014: “It’s Your World” by Jennifer Hudson (feat. R. Kelly)
  89. 2014: “Betcha Gon’ Know” by Mariah Carey (feat. R. Kelly)
  90. 2014: “Drown in It” by Chris Brown (feat. R. Kelly)
  91. 2014: “Keep Doin’ That (Rich Bitch)” by Rick Ross (feat. R. Kelly)
  92. 2015: “Actress” by Ty Dolla $ign (feat. R. Kelly)
  93. 2015: “Anything Goes” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
  94. 2015: “I Just Want to Thank You” (feat. Wizkid)”
  95. 2015: “Let’s Be Real Now” (feat. Tinashe)
  96. 2015: “Let’s Make Some Noise” (feat. Jhené Aiko)
  97. 2015: “Marching Band” (feat. Juicy J)
  98. 2015: “Switch Up” (feat. Lil Wayne & Jeremih)
  99. 2015: “Wanna Be There” (feat. Ariirayé)
  100. 2015: “Glory to the Lord” by King Los (feat. R. Kelly)
  101. 2017: “Juicy Booty” by Chris Brown (feat. Jhené Aiko and R. Kelly)

R. Kelly’s lawyer has denied the allegations made in Lifetime’s documentary. In an interview with the Associated Press on Friday, Chicago-based attorney Steve Greenberg called the documentary “disgusting” and claimed that producers told “disgruntled” women incriminating things to say about Kelly off camera in an effort to incriminate the Grammy winner.

Producers of the film, however, denied these allegations. “We are enormously proud of the series. The powerful stories from the women in the documentary speak for themselves,” they previously said in a statement to PEOPLE. “Their honesty and candor has resonated with millions of viewers.”

If you or someone you know think they are being abused, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) now for anonymous, confidential help, available 24/7.

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