|Real Name/Full Name:||Michael Eugene Archer|
|Age:||49 years old|
|Birth Date:||11 February 1974|
|Birth Place:||Richmond, Virginia, United States of America|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Angie Stone|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Michael D’Angelo Archer II, Imani Archer, Morocco Prince Archer|
|Is D’Angelo Gay?:||N/A|
|Profession:||Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, and music producer|
|Net Worth in 2023:||$3 Million|
|Last Updated:||June 2023|
Michael Eugene Archer, popularly known by his celebrity name “D’Angelo,” is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, and music producer from the United States of America. Along with Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill, Maxwell, and partner Angie Stone, he is connected with the genre new soul movement.
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Early Life & Biography
D’Angelo was born on 11 February 1974 to a Christian pastor in Richmond, Virginia, United States of America. He is a son of a Pentecostal preacher named Luther Archer Sr and his mother Mariann Smith, a Legal Secretary. His brother’s name is Luther Archer, who is also a musician.
He learned to play the piano as a youngster. He won the public talent contest at the Apollo Theater, which was in Harlem, New York City, three weeks in a continuous way when he was eighteen years old. Following a brief stint with hip-hop group I.D.U., his first significant break occurred in 1994 as co-writer and co-producer of a single whose name was “U Will Know.”
Age, Height, Weight and Body Measurements
Being born on 11 February 1974, D’Angelo is 49 years old as of today’s date 1st June 2023. His height is 1.7 m tall, and weight is 75 kg.
Personal Life: wife, girlfriend, dating, divorce, kids
D’Angelo engaged recording artist Angie Stone in the 1990s and helped create her new album named Black Diamond, which was published in 1999. Angie and D’Angelo gave birth to a son whose name is Michael D’Angelo Archer II, who was born in 1998. D’Angelo does have two kids whose names are Imani Archer, who was born in 1999, and Morocco Prince Archer, who was born in 2010.
After grabbing the confidence of industry executives with a demo tape created by the group, D’Angelo earned a production agreement with the EMI Music Group Limited in 1991. D’Angelo was contracted to a recording deal in 1993 after an amazing audition for EMI producers, which included a three-hour unplanned piano concert.
Gary Harris, an Artists and Repertoire rep, was mainly accountable for his contract, although the manager, Kedar Massenburg’s name, also assisted in contract negotiations. Massenburg became his adviser after hearing about D’Angelo via “the buzz on the streets,” Massenburg became his adviser. He earlier handled the hip hop act Stetsasonic and founded the talent management company Kedar Entertainment in 1991, expanding into development, publishing company, and PR.
Due to his new single Brown Sugar’s success, which was in 1995, D’Angelo took a four and a half-year hiatus from the entertainment industry, recording solo material. After having spent years on the road marketing Brown Sugar, D’Angelo was struck with writer’s block. D’Angelo subsequently commented on the issue that the problem with writer’s block is that they would like to write so badly that the songs do not even come out that way.”
D’Angelo had intended to launch Black Messiah in 2015, but the contentious rulings in the Ferguson and Eric Garner trials pushed him to do it sooner. D’Angelo’s manager, Kevin Liles, released a 15-second trailer for the record on YouTube on 12 December 2014.
Shortly afterward, at 3 a.m. EST, the single “Sugah Daddy,” that was already on D’Angelo’s setlist since 2012, debuted, and 1,000 copies were released on Red Bull’s 20 Before 15 website. Black Messiah was published commercially on 15 December via iTunes, Google Play Music, and Spotify, following another exclusive viewing party in New York City. The album’s surprise release was likened to Beyoncé’s self-titled album in 2013.
His second album, named Voodoo, in 2000 was debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in the United States of America. Its opening song, “Untitled (How Does It Feel),” reached the R&B charts and was nominated for the Grammy for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance; Voodoo was nominated for Best R&B Album.
Awards & Achievements
- Best R&B Album for Voodoo in 2001
- Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for Untitled (How Does It Feel) in 2001
- Best R&B for Himself in2015
- Best R&B Album for Black Messiah in 2016
- Best R&B Song for Really Love in 2016
Net Worth & Salary of D’Angelo in 2023
As of June 2023, D’Angelo is a musician and producer of America who has a net worth of $3 million. Most of his income comes from his albums and singing career. Brown Sugar in 1995 is his first solo album, gained tremendous recognition and delivered approximately 2 million copies.
D’Angelo is a very talented singer and songwriter, and producer. He got many awards for his outstanding talent and was nominated for many awards. He has worked in many movies and has made many singles and band albums which were very much successful.