Its the return of R&B comebacks. Just last week Grammy winning group Ready for the World announced that they will be going back into the studio and recording some new music for their fans.
Now the other day on his Instagram , D’Angelo announced that he is coming back with new music after three years of chillen. ...
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Soul crooner D'Angelo rose to fame in the mid-90s with his soulful voice and his muscular physique that drove the ladies crazy. If you need proof, watch his suggestive 'Untitled (How Does It Feel)?' video. The 40-year-old crooner still has the velvety voice but he's certainly has packed on the pounds.
It’s been over a decade since we’ve heard any new material from D’Angelo. Until the reclusive crooner decides to release his forever-delayed third album, fans can get excited about an upcoming reissue of a live LP.
D’Angelo, the man who brought you hits like “Brown Sugar”, “Cruisin”, and the certified gold hit “Lady” is scheduled to make an appearance at the 2012 Essence Music Festival this summer in New Orleans.
D'Angelo wrapped up a prostitution case Friday by pleading guilty to disorderly conduct, ending one of the Grammy Award-winning R&B singer's series of run-ins with the law since his heyday a decade ago.