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D’Angelo Covers Prince’s “Sometimes It Snows In April” On ‘The Tonight Show’ (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) Grammy winning R&B star D’Angelo honored Prince last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The Black Messiah album creator covered the late icon’s “Sometimes It Snows In April” off the 1986 LP Parade. D’Angelo was joined by Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum’s cover band Princess. [ALSO READ: Saturday Night Live Dedicates Last Night’s Episode To Prince] Watch D’Angelo… Read more »

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Usher Covers D'Angelo's "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" With Adam Levine On The Voice

R&B crooner and The Voice’s vocal coach Usher ended season 6 of the Voice with two unique performances. Usher took the stage to perform a special cover of D’Angelo‘s “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” with fellow coach Adam Levine. He also collaborated with team member Josh Kaufman for a cover of the Police’s “Every Breath… Read more »

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D’Angelo and Questlove Hit Brooklyn with Intimate Show

“You waited 13 years, what’s two more hours.”-Questlove The perpetually jovial Hip-Hop historian/drummer/everything Questlove said this around 11 pm to hundreds of people who had been standing in sardine formation for hours waiting for a 9pm show to start. Mick Boogie did an exceptional job entertaining the near riotous crowd with an expert blend of… Read more »

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D’Angelo And Mary J. Blige Hitting The Road To Co-Headline “The Liberation Tour”

(AllHipHop News) Following his recent re-emergence and highly praised performances at the Essence Music Festival and last weekend’s BET Awards, D’Angelo has announced that he will co-headline the upcoming “Liberation Tour” with nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer, Mary J. Blige. The pair have only revealed details for four East Coast dates; however, more are expected to… Read more »

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After 12 Years Between Albums and “Battling Demons,” D’Angelo Is Still The Most

With two hugely influential and platinum-selling albums, Richmond, Virginia’s D’Angelo was once on top of the world. Appearing to many as a sex symbol when he appeared in his video for “Untitled (How Does It Feel), D’Angelo reveals in GQ that the visual “overshadowed his talents.” His second album, Voodoo, released in 2000, marked the… Read more »

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