Swizz Beatz reveals that we missed out on a potential showdown between D'Angelo and Maxwell.
D'Angelo is breaking his notorious hiatus for a special appearance on the next 'Verzuz' show at the Apollo Theater. The neo-soul singer will break the traditional battle format by performing with friends, all of who are speculated to be past collaborators of music released throughout his career.
Artists like D'Angelo, Björk, and FKA Twings will be getting their own podcasts on the internet radio service in which they'll be playing music off of handpicked playlists to let listeners get an idea of what these artists are currently vibing to and are being inspired by.
Now playing at the Tribeca Film Festival is Devil’s Pie – D’Angelo, a documentary about enigmatic but ultra-talented musician D’Angelo. If you can’t make it to the film festival just yet, the trailer is now online.
D’Angelo, Kanye West, Frank Ocean & More Announced As Contributors To ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ Soundtrack
Amid the news that Red Dead Redemption 2 brought in some serious coins for Rockstar Games, the internet was buzzing when players discovered a possible new D’Angelo track in the game. Today the game studio confirmed the singer is on the soundtrack plus other musical heavyweights.
D’Angelo is hitting the road. The enigmatic but critically acclaimed singer will be hitting Europe for six dates in Spring 2018.
With the upcoming Billboard Awards showing us how not to do a Prince tribute. [Booking Madonna, really?] It’s time for BET to do what they do best.
Try holding back tears watching D’Angelo sing Prince’s 1986 ballad “Sometimes It Snows In April” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Andre 3000 remains one of the more elusive rap superstars in recent times, but his appearance with a bevy of other celebrities at Q-Tip’s house this week sparked some hope. Chris Rock claimed that he, Dave Chappelle, The White Stripes’ Jack White and others were working on a new 3 Stacks album but was it […]
D’Angelo broke his decade and a half streak of reclusiveness last December when he released his well-received third studio album, Black Messiah.
D’Angelo and The Vanguard are bringing their show stateside on “The Second Coming” tour.
D’Angelo‘s return to the music scene continues to roll as the enigmatic soul crooner will be the musical on Saturday Night Live.