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D'Angelo has not played music on TV in many, many years. But with the surprise release of his much-loved comeback album Black Messiah, he is back out there in the world. And now we'll all get to see…   Read Story »
D'Angelo's long-awaited third album Black Messiah was so rapturously received that it made its way to #1 in The Village Voice's annual Pazz & Jop critics' poll despite being released just 11 days…   Read Story »
This makes two years in a row now that an actual Album Of The Year contender has been released in the pre-holiday murk, a time traditionally reserved for Christmas compilations and extensive box…   Read Story »
Every once in awhile, an artist somewhere on the R&B/soul/black music spectrum releases an album that's simultaneously an attempt to come to grips with America, and to tell America to go fuck itself.…   Read Story »
There's been lots of speculation, especially among dorks like us, about which superstar would drop a surprise album by the end of the year: Kanye West? Kendrick Lamar? Beyoncé? Nobody expected the…   Read Story »
When D'Angelo's manager Kevin Liles promised that the legendary R&B singer's third album would be out this year after a 14-year gap since Voodoo, we wrote: "We'll believe all this when it happens."…   Read Story »
D'Angelo released his classic sophomore album Voodoo nearly 15 years ago. Since then, there's been a ton of talk that he's working on the mysterious follow-up album -- in June, his manager said it'd…   Read Story »
It's been 14 long years since D'Angelo released Voodoo, his sophomore album and masterpiece. In the years since, D'Angelo has gone into reclusion and come back out again, and we've heard vague…   Read Story »
Pattern Is Movement have been covering D'Angelo's "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" live for a few years now, but this is the first time we are hearing a studio recording from the Philly-based duo. It's…   Read Story »
Last night, a motley crew of stage and screen stars paid tribute to newly resurgent pop legend Prince at NYC's Carnegie Hall. Among the performers: D'Angelo, the Waterboys, Elvis Costello, Chris…   Read Story »