January 18, 2015
Note: This piece originally appeared in The Guardian. An excerpt can be found below. The full version can be found here.
D’Angelo’s album, Black Messiah, caused a huge sensation when it dropped last month. Its songs were greeted as welcome transcendent messages in the...
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