The music gods seemed to converge in New York earlier this week as two musical geniuses combined their talents. Soul singer D’Angelo and Roots drummer Questlove jammed at Brooklyn Bowl, performing some classics and new material. D’Angelo opened his set with his new single “Yes,” then took the audience on a trip down memory lane […]
It was a reunion of sorts for R&B singer D’Angelo and hip-hop band, The Roots at The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee. Drummer ?uestlove organized the festival’s annual Super Jam, which featured D’Angelo making his first American appearance in 12 years. He was backed by a nine piece band and performed classics like […]
The beef between ?uestlove and Tina Fey was under the radar in comparison to the Common/Drake beef, but it came to an end last night on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.” ?uest aired Tina out on Sunday night on “Watch What Happens Live,” and Tina didn’t realize that she had offended him. And she defended […]
?uestlove spoke to fans of The Roots about their new album undun last night (December 7th) at iTunes’ Meet The Musician Series in New York City, and D’Angelo and sloppiness came up in the conversation. AllHipHop.com Founder and CEO Chuck Creekmur moderated the Q&A session, and ?uesto wasn’t talking about D’Angelo’s appearance when he used […]
?uestlove has revealed that after eleven years, he has returned to the studio as a drummer for D’Angelo. The pair have had a rocky personal and musical relationship ever since the end of D’Angelo’s “Voodoo” tour in 2000.
On February 14th, 1991, Boyz II Men‘s debut album, Cooleyhighharmony, hit stores officially introducing the Philadelphia quartet to he world. The album was an instant success, thanks to the album’s lead single “MotownPhilly.”
One of our favorite segments on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon is the “Remix The Clips” segment where ?uestlove takes popular viral videos and makes a beat live on the spot out of them.