For many here in New Zealand, the inaugural Soulfest will be a highlight of 's live schedule. Though the bill is absolute quality, there's only one man that matters. D'Angelo, the reclusive soul giant with only two LPs to his name, is the big draw card. The man is a legend, not only to the fans, but to his fellow acts on the Soulfest bill. He was the pioneer of a unique brand of soul - some called it 'neo-soul', others said it was simply good music.
After a few months with a personal trainer and the resulting dramatic physical transformation, he was shirtless on the Voodoo album cover and for most of the promotional photo shoots. From the November profile:. One word. I like to go down there. Always have. I like to do it.
These 30 videos, which range from the earliest days of MTV through the era of YouTube-enabled smartphones, turned up the heat, as well as the chatter. Missouri , where she was surrounded by thrilled crew members. The person I was with was stopping me from explaining how I felt. So the physical manifestation is someone putting their hand in your mouth.
It was issued as a radio single in promotion of his second studio album, Voodoo Written and produced by D'Angelo and Raphael Saadiq , the song was originally composed as a tribute to musician Prince. The song's lyrics concern a man's plea to his lover for sex.