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The Gentle and Exceedingly Groovy Rebellion Of Black Messiah

D’Angelo and the true definition of aging well

Photo Source: Modern Vinyl

Originally posted in December 2014 on my now-defunct blog at the dawn of one of the 2010s greatest musical experiences, D’Angelo’s Black Messiah.

A few mornings back, we woke to realize we have given birth to a micro black hole. “Micro,” we said because it…

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