Steve Jones of USA Today caught up with Musiq who credited D’Angelo emergence to the music scene as inspiration for him to begin a career in music. “He wasn’t a cookie-cutter singer,” Musiq says. “He played an instrument, and he could sing and had substantial words. He also had a band that wasn’t afraid to improvise and jam. That wasn’t heard since the ’70s, before the whole computer age.” Read more.
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