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D’Angelo to headline next Verzuz battle

Verzuz is switching up the script for their latest music battle. To promote the upcoming competition, they’ve posted a billboard on the Apollo Theater in

D’Angelo annoyed by groupies on tour

D’Angelo went from celebrated soul singer in the mid-’90s to being one of the music industry’s greatest sex symbols in the ’00s thanks to his

A night with D’Angelo and The Vanguard

On an unseasonably warm late spring evening in Atlanta, hundreds of fans stood in line awaiting the doors of the famed Tabernacle to be opened. The

Why is mainstream media sleeping on soul?

Over the past few months, there have been rumblings that indicate that soul music is not only alive—but primed for a major resurgence. But the media seems to gloss over great music by artists like Jazmine Sullivan and Raheem DeVaughn

D’Angelo pays off massive debt

D’Angelo already has a lot to be thankful for now that he’s finally made a comeback with the release of his critically acclaimed album, Black Messiah.

Black Music Month: Sly Stone, funk’s most mysterious genius

Sly developed funk into the sound we know best today and the Family Stone were unofficially the first, real funk band–paving the way for Parliament, the Commodores, the 70s incarnation of the Isley Brothers and Earth, Wind & Fire.

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