If you haven’t heard by now, D’Angelo will be releasing his new album ‘Black Messiah,’ his first full-length studio effort in 14 years. More details about the project has surfaced, including the official tracklisting.
After 14 years of relative obscurity, D'Angelo delivered his first song, 'Sugah Daddy,' on Sunday (Dec. 14). Fans will be happy to hear that his trademark falsetto and soulful vibe hasn't rusted by his years of idleness.
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Soul crooner D'Angelo rose to fame in the mid-90s with his soulful voice and his muscular physique that drove the ladies crazy. If you need proof, watch his suggestive 'Untitled (How Does It Feel)?' video. The 40-year-old crooner still has the velvety voice but he's certainly has packed on the pounds.
We're still waiting on D'Angelo to follow up his 2000 album 'Voodoo' but until then, the singer prepares to release 'Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show' on March 25. One song featured on the live set is D'Angelo's rendition of Al Green's 'I'm Glad You're Mine.'
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