While most of the music world was out in Los Angeles for the Grammys, D'Angelo played to a sold out crowd at Harlem's famed Apollo Theater. After running through songs from his catalog, D'Angelo closed the show with a 14-minute rendition of his classic song, "Untitled (How Does It Feel)," from his album Voodoo. The show was his first since he released Black Messiah, his first studio album in nearly 15 years, back in December and the show was a bit of a homecoming for the talented singer. Back in 1991, D'Angelo won three straight "Amateur Night At The Apollo" competitions, one of the more rigorous amateur talent showcases on the scene.

The full setlist from last night's show can be seen below:

“1000 Deaths”
“Ain’t That Easy”
“Feel Like Makin’ Love”
“Really Love”
“One Mo’Gin”
“Brown Sugar”
“The Charade”
“Sugah Daddy”
“Back To The Future (Part I & II)”
“Left And Right”
“Chicken Grease”
“Till It’s Done (TUTU)”
“Untitled (How Does It Feel)”

D'Angleo has been getting back into the swing of things when it comes to performing live. He was the musical guest on last weekend's edition of Saturday Night Live and his show at The Apollo has been drawing rave reviews. Don't be surprised to see him pop up at a few festivals this summer.

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