After 14 years of waiting, it seemed even D’Angelo couldn’t wait any longer for his long-awaited new album, Black Messiah to drop.
First there was Yeezus, now we have a Black Messiah.
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Three clips surfaced on YouTube that show the singer hard at work in the studio which gives D’Angelo fans some hopeful proof.
D’Angelo has cancelled three shows due to a “medical emergency” including a show at the House of Blues in Chicago scheduled for tomorrow night (August 7). This is the singer’s second set of cancellations on this tour.
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Somewhere between Rick Ross’ Maybach Music set and Jay-Z’s grand closing ceremony, there was a soul revival at the Made In America festival. D’Angelo and Janelle Monáe added a funk and soul groove to the festival’s first day.
Some of the biggest names in soul music hit the stage for this weekend’s Essence Music Festival at the New Orleans Superdome. While Mary J. Blige and D’Angelo added their brand of R&B, some iconic names lifted came out to lift their voices.