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D'Angelo's Anti-Producer Project, 'Voodoo'

D'Angelo's Voodoo may well be the working blueprint for "post-Soul" black pop, but are pop fans ready to embrace more than the same five melodies and the same five bass-lines?

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In Defense of Music Festival Fatigue

It's time to question how relevant these large gatherings are as the multi-band concert industry continues to expand to obnoxious heights.

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D'Angelo's Grassroots Network of Soul

D’Angelo gained considerable acclaim and commercial success, then vanished. And yet, he still enjoys unprecedented clout for an artist who has released just two albums over nearly two decades.

Elias Leight
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Made in America Festival: Labor Day Weekend - Philadelphia

Made in America’s line up just kept pushing the ante and winning every time. Each artist brought such talent to the stage that it was hard to miss any moments.

Bernadette Kooi
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A Joy to Experience: Neo-Soul Singer Bilal Oliver

Bilal Oliver belongs to an elite class of late '90s Neo-Soul singers, but his guest appearances may be the true gems of his career.

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Angie Stone: Unexpected

With Unexpected, Angie Stone continues to be one of the greatest contemporary soul artists of our time.

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D'Angelo: The Best So Far

Say what you will about the enigmatic career of one Michael Eugene Archer, but nearly a decade after his "disappearance" from the music world, his art still provides a paradigm for post-modern soul of first-rate quality.

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