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With this latest episode now behind them, 90’s R&B favorites Dru Hill can certainly attest that the road to a huge comeback can sometimes be a rocky one. The Baltimore, Maryland based quartet recently won a default ruling that pitted them against their record company, Kedar Entertainment, after the group accused the label of mishandling a…

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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 iconic “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” video. But after more than a decade away from the music scene, D’Angelo made his comeback last year and, to the disappointment of many…

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In the era of social media one would possibly say they know more about their favorite artist than they did even 10 years ago. Everyone seems more accessible and, in some cases, to a fault. We may know more about our favorite artist know because of social media, but it doesn’t really tell the entire…

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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 most eager of fans stood in line hours before the 7 p.m. call time just to get a good spot inside. But for them it would be worth it, because behind those…

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On Sunday, January 14, 2015, while most were watching Game 5 of the NBA Finals or the season finale of Game of Thrones, D’Angelo and The Vanguard performed a nearly two-hour set at the legendary Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta. While most of the songs performed were from his latest LP, the critically acclaimed Black Messiah, D’Angelo…

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In this day and age, music fans should know that album release dates given by record labels are now just a mere suggestion. With social media usually being the place that artists hint to their fans that they have new projects dropping, you would think everyone would know by now to stay glued to the…

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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. Now it seems that the creatively free singer is also freeing himself from his massive debt by paying some major bucks to the IRS. According to TheJasmineBrand.com, D’Angelo had accrued more…

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Finally the wait is over for D’Angelo fans. After releasing new single, “Sugah Daddy” the night before, and playing the album in it’s entirety at a NYC listening session on Sunday (Dec. 14), D’Angelo has released his long awaited third studio album entitled Black Messiah. The 12 track LP is currently available digitally with physical copies expected…

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Soul singer-songwriter D’Angelo was the latest featured guest at Red Bull Music Academy. Hosted by famed music critic and author Nelson George, “A Conversation With D’Angelo” took place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where the reclusive artist behind such beloved albums as Brown Sugar and Voodoo shared anecdotes about his life and career, but also spoke about his new musical direction. He revealed that classic rock has been guiding his creativity as of late.

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Jesse Johnson, known for being a member of the 80’s group The Time, is apparently one of the collaborators on the upcoming Michael Jackson Xscape. On Facebook, Johnson recently shared some information about one of the songs to be featured on the album. According to Johnson, the album will feature a collaboration between Jackson, Mary…

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With the fallout from TLC’s “Crazy Sexy Cool” biopic still raging online and in the entertainment world, fans of 90s R&B have been feeling quite nostalgic lately. As T-Boz and Chilli continue to defend the film against allegations of slander from former manager Pebbles and former group member Crystal Jones, we decided to take a look back at some other acts from the Clinton years who could probably benefit from their stories being told.

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Last week Jada Pinkett Smith turned heads when she revealed on her Facebook page that she’d battled with many forms of unnamed “addictions” during her younger years. Now her former stepdad, Warren A. Brown, has opened up to the press about his own drug use during his time as a father to young Pinkett Smith. In…

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