In 2014, D’Angelo launched his third album Black Messiah, following up his sophomore LP, 2000’s Voodoo, after over a decade. Now, a brand new documentary, Satan’s Pie: D’Angelo, follows the neo-soul singer’s comeback and hints at a brand new file on the best way.
The movie, which was directed by Carine Bijlsma, paperwork the aftermath of Black Messiah, following the singer as he rehearsed for his celebrated 2015 “Second Coming” tour. Satan’s Pie additionally pairs behind-the-scenes footage with archival movie from his household and uncommon interviews with D’Angelo, his administration, and his previous collaborators.
The documentary additionally dives deep into the singer’s prolonged delay between album releases and the causes of his retreat from public view. With a deft hand, the movie rigorously navigates dialogue of D’Angelo’s substance-abuse struggles, a horrible automobile accident, and the deaths of shut members of the family.
Watch the trailer beneath. The movie premiered at Tribeca Movie Pageant on April 27th. A large launch date continues to be forthcoming.
As famous by Billboard, Satan’s Pie ends on “a obscure, however promising, be aware” about D’Angelo’s return. Nevertheless, throughout a Q&A after the Tribeca screening, Bijlsma gave a extra direct replace on the opportunity of a brand new file. She stated, “He’s truly doing very well, and he’s very excited… He was within the studio these previous weeks. He has huge plans for the longer term, so that you’ll positively be seeing extra of him.”
We have now had some recent music from D’Angelo since Black Messiah; final yr, his track “May I? Stand Unshaken” debuted within the online game Pink Useless Redemption 2.