Sunday, November 29, 2015

D'Angelo on the BET Awards

Last night, neo-soul singer and funk bandleader D'Angelo played the BET Awards, making his first TV appearance in more than a decade.

D'Angelo on the BET Awards


Last night, neo-soul singer and funk bandleader D'Angelo played the BET Awards, kicking off his first television appearance in more than a decade with "Untitled (How Does It Feel)." Beyonce seemed to like it, though Kim Kardashian did not get out of her chair. This coming weekend, the tattooed love man is playing the Essence Festival in New Orleans, and the comeback trail will continue with dates at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey on August 23 and at the Made in America festival in Philadelphia on Labor Day weekend. Watch below.

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