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Biography - A Short Wiki

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R&B and neo-soul singer, music producer, and songwriter. His best-known albums include Brown Sugar and Voodoo.

He was born Michael Eugene Archer. He began playing piano at the age of three. At eighteen, he left school to pursue a music career in New York City.

He produced and wrote “U Will Know” for Black Men United, a supergroup that included R. Kelly and Usher.

He was born in Richmond, Virginia and was raised in the Pentecostal faith by a minister father. D’Angelo had a son with fellow singer Angie Stone.

He was influenced by the musical style and career of Marvin Gaye.

Body Measurements Table

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Height168 cm, 5′6″ (feet & inches)
WeightN/A
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

Prince, you never knew what to expect from him from one album to the next. Miles Davis was like that. You know, once you get used to one style, boom, he switched it and, you know, switched gears on you. So those artists are very exciting to me, very exciting to follow their path, you know, and their journey.

D'Angelo

The music business is a crazy game, especially for somebody like me who is really a purist about the art. Trying to balance the pressures of commercialism, it’s a tightrope. It’s a fine line between sticking to your guns and insanity.

D'Angelo

I’m kinda a first take dude. The first time, cut that mic on, and the spirit is there, and what comes on the mic – I mean, even if I’m mumbling, I like to keep a lot of that initial thing that comes out. Cause that’s the spirit.

D'Angelo

It’s about people rising up in Ferguson and in Egypt and in Occupy Wall Street and in every place where a community has had enough and decides to make change happen. It’s not about praising one charismatic leader but celebrating thousands of them… ‘Black Messiah’ is not one man. It’s a feeling that, collectively, we are all that leader.

D'Angelo

I learned at an early age that what we were doing in the choir was just as important as the preacher. It was a ministry in itself. We could stir the pot, you know?

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