And since today’s a relaxing Labor Day, it feels like an undun day…
New Prince for your Labor Day. Perfect way to wind it down, huh? Hope you got TIDAL, the stream is there below.
1. MILLION $ SHOW
2. SHUT THIS DOWN
3. AIN’T ABOUT 2 STOP (FEAT. RITA ORA)
4. LIKE A MACK (FEAT. CURLY FRYZ)
5. THIS COULD B US
7. X’S FACE
9. MR. NELSON (FEAT. LIANNE LA HAVAS)
10. 1000 X’S & O’S
I’ve been to a lot of concerts. Most good, some amazing, while a few others have been major disappointments. So when I do stumble upon one of those amazing ones I try not to take it for granted.
D’Angelo and the Vanguard at North Coast Music Festival 2015 was one of those concerts.
Playing the majority material of his latest release ‘The Black Messiah’ D’Angelo was at the top of his game. I felt the spirit of James Brown, Prince, Sly Stone, Marvin Gaye, and Jimi Hendrix. For a man who had been relatively quiet the last 15 years, D’Angelo seemed to be enjoying every minute on stage. His set filled with wardrobe changes, funky breakdowns, and virtuoso solos left us all saying thank you.
Moments like this remind of everything I love about attending concerts. More than just an hour of sight and sound. We got to witness a true showman pouring out his soul on stage. These moments we can’t take for granted.
– Cam Be
Above is Cam’s gallery of photos, showcasing D’Angelo & The Vanguard under the epic stage lights with some fresh looks to match.
ICYMI: D’Angelo’s first interview in 10 years (!) with Tavis Smiley below.
Last night, Queen Bey had everyone in Philly and social media buzzing with a thrilling 90 minute performance that closed down Made In America Fest: Day 1.
Here are a few highlights.
She quoted a powerful Ronda Rousey speech that led into “Diva”. This clip has made its rounds…
Hubby Jay Z was spotted emphatically singing “1 + 1” in the crowd. A. That’s awesome. #MarriageGoals. B. Wait, how does Jay Z arrive at the decision to watch it from the crowd. C. Do those fans know it’s him through the hood? Would love to be Hov there just stealthly going in amongst the masses. Cool to see.
One more clip and photos, including Beyonce’s sexy one-piece nod to the star of her hometown team: James Harden (who acknowledged it). I guess now’s not the best time to be repping Derrick.
If you’re staying inside on this Saturday of Labor Day Weekend, and of course can’t see this jam-packed lineup in person in Philly, then why not press play on the live stream below?!
Via TIDAL, you can watch both stages (today and tomorrow) which will have Beyonce and The Weeknd headlining. Other acts to expect: J. Cole (+ Dreamville), Meek Mill, Big Sean, Future, Fabolous, Post Malone, DJ Mustard, De La Soul, Action Bronson, Vic Mensa, and Banks. Press play below and peep the @MIAFestival twitter for updates on who/when is performing.
UPDATE: Stream Day 2, with the schedule below.
Sunday — Sept 6
Rocky Stage: Halsey, Action Bronson, Metric, Big Sean, J. Cole, The Weeknd
Liberty Stage: Saint Motel, Fabolous, Santigold, Future, Banks, Axwell & Ingrosso
Tidal Stage: Bizzy Crook, Jidenna, Bully, Twin Peaks, Hippo Campus, Lili K