Review #28: Voodoo, D’Angelo

#28: Voodoo, D’Angelo

Look, it’s D’Angelo from Lauryn Hill’s album!

I’m going to admit that I hadn’t really heard of D’Angelo before beginning to work my way down this list, which makes me ferociously uncool. I saw that this was released in 2000, and noted that in RS’s blurb they quote D’Angelo as having said “I’m looking at [this] as just the beginning…I’m on my way now.” Then I was…

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Writer, fake music fan.

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Writer, fake music fan.

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