R&B divas Atlanta are gearing up for a second season. May 1st will kick off the season 2 premiere and we’ve just got the promotional video for season 2. With newcomers Angie Stone and LaTocha Scott, I wonder what this season will bring. Read More »
D’Angelo Back! Â For those of us who have been patiently waiting to see if D’Angelo has still got it on a platform other that YouTube, we will find out on July 1 when the 2012 BET Awards come on! Â In addtion to that, Nas hooked up with Rick Ross to drop a new song from his Life is Good album titled “Accidental Murderers”. Â Listen to the track and let me know what you think in side? Â Read More »
D’Angelo returned to the concert stage early Sunday morning with a surprise appearance at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. The singer’s stage return came in the midst of a Superjam session led by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson of the Roots, drawing cheers from the crowd on the third day of the festival.
It marked the singer’s first live U.S. performance in 12 years, having performed in Europe earlier this year.
According to the “New York Daily News,” D’Angelo and his all-star band performed 90 minutes of music Sunday morning that included renditions of Jimi Hendrix’s “Have You Ever Been To Electric Ladyland”; “Funky Dollar Bill” by Parliament Funkadelic; “What Is and What Should Never Be” by Led Zeppelin; and the Beatles’ “She Came in Through the Bathroom Window.” (Watch Video Below) Read More »
Is the R&B Crooner Back? How Does It Feel? Well, despite the
rumors (police reports)of legal problems, and challenges D’Angelo has faced over the years; Real music lovers have been waiting patiently for D’Angelo to bring back that funk & soul as only he could. Meanwhile, D’Angelo has been on a world tour blessing his fans while they wait. Surprisingly his vocals weren’t too shabby either. Well ladies, is this what yall been waiting for or what?
We haven’t heard from R&B singer Dâ€™Angelo in a while but we will soon.Â While the singer has endured aÂ lot of hardship over the past few years that include a serious car wreck and arrests for drug possession, it seems he’s back in the game. D’Angelo and Questlove (drummer for the Roots) had a studio session in New York just last night according to tweets from Questlove. Read More »
D’Angelo’s follow-up to his Grammy-winning record “Voodoo” is on the way (August 31). Producer-musician Mark Ronson tells Billboard.com that he and the R&B star are, quote, “going into the studio…to work a bit on his record, and I have equal parts intimidation and awe and excitement.” D’Angelo released “Voodoo” in 2000, receiving a Grammy for Best R&B Album the following year. Ronson says the singer has been “working nonstop” in order to finish this new record. Mark Ronson is best known for helping to produce Amy Winehouse’s “Back To Black” album.
Check out the vid below!!
D’Angelo is denying that he attempted to solicit an undercover officer for sex last weekend. AllHipHop.com is reporting that the vocalist has pleaded not guilty to charges that he solicited a prostitute. D’Angelo’s rep, Lindsay Guion, says the “Untitled” singer is looking forward to beating the charge and is eagerly awaiting the release of his next album. Guion states, quote, Read More »
Grammy Award-winning R&B singer D’Angelo was arrested early yesterday after allegedly offering an undercover policewoman $40 for oral sex while cruising alone through the West Village — with $12,000 stashed in his SUV. Sidenote: Why are you riding around with 12 stacks in your truck?
D’Angelo, 36, whose real name is Michael Archer, was in his top-of-the-line Range Rover at Greenwich and Horatio streets at about 2:30 a.m. when he spotted a woman he took to be a prostitute, sources said.
He was arrested and charged with solicitation after asking the woman for sex, the sources said. His manager declined to comment. Read More »