D’Angelo - Brown Sugar - Review
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critics' view

D’Angelo is cut from a heavier cloth than the majority of his New Jack brethren; he’s a singer/songwriter with a mellifluous, sturdy voice that can coo and growl with equal conviction. He’s no trailblazer — Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Prince have all walked down the same musical paths where D’Angelo meanders. Yet he manages to build on the examples of the masters.

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