Listen to D’Angelo’s entire Red Bull Music Academy interview with author Nelson George, and read Ryan Dombal’s report from the event. (via NPR)




And here’s a playlist featuring most of the soul classics— Sly, Bobby, Ohio Players— D’Angelo and ?uestlove played during their "Brothers in Arms" set last night.

(Source: Spotify)



Last night, D’Angelo and ?uestlove played an impromptu jam session at Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Bowl— read Corban Goble’s write-up and check out more photos by Will Deitz.

Last night, D’Angelo and ?uestlove played an impromptu jam session at Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Bowl— read Corban Goble’s write-up and check out more photos by Will Deitz.



Ryan Dombal reviews the 2xLP reissue of D’Angelo’s Voodoo.

Ryan Dombal reviews the 2xLP reissue of D’Angelo’s Voodoo.



Photo by Gregory Harris.

Photo by Gregory Harris.




D’Angelo played a solo version of his classic “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” in Paris over the weekend, and it was fucking incredible.




Here we have footage of D’Angelo’s first show in a decade, in Stockholm, Sweden, from earlier today. Not bad at all.



"The album is pretty much 97% done. He’s just finishing his lyrics now. He needs somebody to smack him and take the record away from him because it’s pretty much finished. For all intents and purposes, this album is the black version of [The Beach Boys’] Smile— at best, it will go down in the Smile/There’s a Riot Goin’ On/Miles Davis’ On the Corner category."

— ?uestlove sets the bar pretty high for D’Angelo’s forever-awaited follow-up to Voodoo.