Catch D'Angelo At The Apollo To Experience Black Messiah Live
There are very few artists that can come back into the music industry after 15 years and still get a crowd going. Well, D’Angelo did it and we ain’t mad at it.
The R&B crooner released his long-awaited album Black Messiah this past December and critics have been raving about it ever since. Pitchfork says, “Black Messiah pulls together disparate threads few predecessors have had the smarts or audacity to unite.” Rolling Stone called it an “avant-soul dream palace to get lost in, for 56 minutes of heaven.” And, even though some of the words were hard to immediately grasp, we said that "Black Messiah doesn't save R&B music. It gives it a good kick in the ass and reminds it how stripped down it can be."
Fans will be able to experience the “Sugah Daddy” on Feb. 7 at Harlem's Apollo Theatre. "A Special Evening with D’Angelo and The Vanguard: Black Messiah" may be a sentimental moment for D’Angelo since in 1991. He was once a hopeful amateur amongst his peers on that very stage many moons ago. ?
Be ahead of the crowd and jump for the pre-sale tickets on Ticketmaster Monday Jan. 19 at 10 a.m. They’ll only last until 11:59 p.m. the next day. Tickets are officially up for grabs Wednesday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m.
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