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After a 15-year hiatus, it’s safe to say that D’Angelo is officially back -- and he’s better than ever. The R&B crooner performed at the historic Apollo Theater in New York on Saturday (Feb. 7) in support of his latest release, ‘Black Messiah.’
After 14 years of relative obscurity, D'Angelo delivered his first song, 'Sugah Daddy,' on Sunday (Dec. 14). Fans will be happy to hear that his trademark falsetto and soulful vibe hasn't rusted by his years of idleness.