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D'Angelo Performs Prince Tribute Cover of 'Sometimes it Snows in April' on 'Fallon'

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D'Angelo covered "Sometimes it Snows in April" in tribute to Prince on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,' with Princess, a cover band consisting of Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum.READ MORE

Bruno Mars performs during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on Feb. 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California.

Grammys 2016 Record of the Year Nominees, Who Should/Will Win: Taylor Swift Battles Bruno Mars

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Record of the Year is the Grammy award that truly defines an era of popular music. Given to the people truly behind what makes a song pop (the artist, producer, mastering engineer, recording engineer and mixer), this one is all about performance. Past winners of this massive category include essential songs like Michael Jackson's "Beat It," Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You," Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" and Daft Punk's "Get Lucky."READ MORE

Singer The Weeknd performs at Drai's Beach Club - Nightclub at the Cromwell Las Vegas during Drai's LIVE 2016 New Year's weekend celebration on January 2, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Grammys 2016 Best R&B Song Nominees, Who Should/Will Win: Weeknd, Miguel, D'Angelo & More

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Grammys 2016 Best R&B Song Nominees, Who Should/Will Win: Weeknd, Miguel, D'Angelo & MoreREAD MORE

Taylor Swift performs during her '1989' World Tour at ANZ Stadium on November 28, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.

2016 Grammy Nominees Album: Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Lots of Country Comprise Tracklist

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If you're looking for another way to relish in the best and biggest music of 2015, look no more. On Friday (Jan. 8), the full tracklisting for the 2016 Grammy Nominees album was revealed, and featuring everyone from Taylor Swift, to Chris Stapleton to Meghan Trainor and Alabama Shakes, the 21-song LP is a who's-who of popular music today.READ MORE

Behind The Scenes With MAC Miller Filming Music Choice's 'Take Back Your Music' Campaign

Stream Mac Miller's 'Run on Sentences Vol. 2' Instrumental Mixtape [LISTEN]

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Just a few days after releasing a cover to Billy Joel's "Vienna," Mac Miller is back with some new music for us to vibe to. The rapper released Run on Sentences Vol. 2, an instrumental mixtape. The project, a sequel to his 2013 mixtape, was announced by the rapper on Twitter.READ MORE

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Tobias Jesso Jr. Covers The Weeknd, Haim, D'Angelo and More [WATCH]

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Adele's new writing buddy, Tobias Jesso Jr. and his live band Duk, continue to make waves as they performed a series of impromptu covers from The Weeknd, Haim, D'Angelo and Keane Saturday Oct. 18 at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C.READ MORE

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D'Angelo Sits Down With Tavis Smily For First TV Interview in a Decade

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D'Angelo is a mysterious figure having changed modern R&B with his first two hit records, 'Brown Sugar' and 'Voodoo,' followed by a 12-year silence and 14-year break in albums before a surprise release of the highly acclaimed, 'Black Messiah' last December. Now, we're getting a peak inside the mind of his genius through his first TV interview in a decade with Tavis Smiley on PBS.READ MORE

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Adele's New Album '25' Due in November, Follow-up to '21' Features Big Talent

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For more than a year we've been teased about a follow-up to the massive 2011 album, '21,' from R&B singer Adele. Now, we finally have some answers. The album, with the rumored title '25,' is set for a November release and it features some big talent.READ MORE

Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers share an inside joke.

Ed Sheeran, D'Angelo and More Performing Carnegie Hall for Bill Withers Tribute

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Bill Withers will be honored at Carnegie Hall in October, as performers including Ed Sheeran, D'Angelo and Sheryl Crow will perform his songs for the charity concert.READ MORE

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FYF Fest Lineup 2015: Morrissey & Frank Ocean Headling L.A. Music Festival

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Last year, FYF Fest came with its biggest lineup to date, with The Strokes and Phoenix leading the pack. Not to be outdone by itself, today (May 6) the Los Angeles music festival announced its 2015 lineup, featuring Morrissey, Frank Ocean, Bloc Party, D'Angelo and more.READ MORE

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D'Angelo and The Vanguard Bringing 'Black Messiah' "Second Coming" Tour to United States [DATES]

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D'Angelo and his band The Vanguard have flirted with our emotions since releasing last year's hit 'Black Messiah' but now the performer has finally locked down an American leg of the "Second Coming" tour. The performer will play 14 dates including a stop at the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Tennessee.READ MORE

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D'Angelo Tour: 'Black Messiah' Singer Adds London Show, Tickets On Sale Friday

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D'Angelo, the singer responsible for 'Black Messiah,' his latest album, has recently announced that he will perform an intimate show in London July 13. The announcement comes on the heels of D'Angelo's recent tour in the U.K., according to NME News. The singer will perform with his band The Vanguard at London's Roundhouse in July. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, April 17.READ MORE

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Bonnaroo 2015: D'Angelo, Kacey Musgraves, Songhoy Blues Join Lineup, Late-Night Sets Revealed

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Last week Bonnaroo announced its day-by-day lineups, and now they've revealed some artist additions. R&B legend D'Angelo -- who released his first album in 15 years, Black Messiah, back in December -- and his band the Vanguard have joined the festival as well as alt-country singer Kacey Musgraves, who made her Bonnaroo debut back in 2013, and Mali desert blues punk band Songhoy Blues. The festival also revealed which acts will be playing late-night sets that weekend.READ MORE

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See D'Angelo Perform 'Untitled' Live at The Apollo Theater [WATCH]

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D'Angelo kicked off his "Second Coming" tour last night at New York's historic Apollo Theater with what was, by all accounts, an outstanding performance. Over his action-packed 3-hour performance, the 'Black Messiah' singer delivered many of his hits spanning his total entire career like "Brown Sugar" and "Lady" before capping off his set with a special 14-minute rendition of his classic 'Voodoo' track, "Untitled (How Does It Feel)." Watch the video that was taken by a fan in the crowd.READ MORE

David Bowie at the 11th Annual Webby Awards

7 Hit Albums We Waited More Than 10 Years For (David Bowie, Sade and D'Angelo Have Nothing on Harper Lee)

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The world was pleasantly surprised to find out yesterday that Harper Lee, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of To Kill A Mockingbird, would finally be publishing her second book during 2015 after years of hiding from the spotlight. The new title, Go Set A Watchman, was actually written before Mockingbird yet is set 20 years following the events of her published book. It should be noted that Lee is not in the best of health, and some allege that publisher HarperCollins may have swooped in following the death of her sister and lawyer Alice Lee and taken advantage of the situation. We hope for the best, like what happened with the seven albums listed below, which were critical smashes when performers such as David Bowie, D'Angelo and Sade released them after decade-long spans.READ MORE

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