D’Angelo Reveals US Leg For Summer Tour


The dates for D’Angelo‘s Second Coming tour have just been revealed. The R&B singer, along with his band The Vanguard, will hit several cities in North America this summer. The 14-date tour will open on June 7th in Oakland (CA). The other dates in June include a show in Los Angeles on the 8th, Denver (CO) on the 10th, Kansas City (MO) on the 11th, Manchester (TN) on the 13th, Atlanta (GA) on the 14th, Dallas (TX) on the 16th, Houston (TX) on the 17th, Norfolk (VA) on the 20th, Forest Hills (NY) on the 21st, Philadelphia (PA) on the 23rd, Washington (DC) on June 25th, and Royal Oak (MI) on the 27th. The US leg of the tour will wrap onJune 28th in Sayreville (NJ). Tickets for the Second Coming US tour will go on sale May 1st. D’Angelo’s European tour was launched in February, and it wrapped last month.

The R&B singer’s Black Messiah album was released last year. The project entered the Billboard 200 chart at Number 5, and it peaked at Number 1 on the US Top Tastemaker and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It also impacted the music charts in the UK, France, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Switzerland, and New Zealand. His other studio albums include Brown Sugar (1995) and Voodoo (2000). His debut album Brown Sugar featured the singles “Brown Sugar,” “Cruisin’,” “Lady,” and “Me and Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine.” “Brown Sugar” reached Number 5 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Number 24 on the UK Singles, and Number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100.

His sophomore projected entitled Voodoo featured production from Raphael Saadiq and DJ Premier. Voodoo peaked at Number 1 on the Billboard 200, after it sold over 300,000 copies in its debut week. “Devil’s Pie,” “Left & Right,” “Untitled (How Does It Feel),” “Send It On,” and “Feel Like Makin’ Love” were all released as singles. Even with his fourteen-year solo album hiatus, D’Angelo still made his presence on a few studio albums. In 2006, he made a guest appearance on Snoop Dogg’s Tha Blue Carpet Treatment. The R&B singer also appeared on Common‘s Finding Forever project and Q-Tip‘s The Renaissance.

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