D'Angelo Brings Black Lives Matter Movement to 'SNL' [Photos + Video] | lovebscott.com


D’Angelo made his triumphant return to the stage Saturday night, performing a pair of tracks from his critically acclaimed album Black Messiah on Saturday Night Live.

He kicked off his SNL appearance with a quiet performance of Really Love, but it was his second performance that garnered the most attention, echoing a powerful message that race shouldn’t impact one’s value.

During his performance of The Charade, D’Angelo donned a black hoodie as a gesture of respect to Trayvon Martin, while his band sported “I Can’t Breathe” shirts in honor of Eric Garner.



Onstage was the chalk outline of a body, which served as a nod to Michael Brown.


Check out his powerful performance of The Charade below.

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