D'Angelo - Voodoo (w/ Alex Faubert)
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By the turn of the new millennium, neo-soul had well been introduced into music with artists like Lauryn Hill, Maxwell, Jill Scott and Brandy at the forefront. But the true king of neo-soul – in my humble opinion is none other than the musical mastermind himself – D’ANGELO. This being his sophomore album – he wanted to take more risks and make the funky jams he always wanted to make; but what he didn’t expect, was the major image shift that he was about to experience after the release of his music video “Untitled (How Does It Feel)", the song and video that turned him into a sex icon for the rest of music history. So let’s dive into the musical genius that is the Voodoo album, and after revisiting the album, you all can tell me… how does it feel? Support the show
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