Entertainment Music D'Angelo Top Ten Greatest Hits D'Angelo won two Grammy Awards on February 15, 2016 Share PINTEREST Email Print Music Rhythm & Blues Top Picks Rock Music Pop Music Alternative Music Classical Music Country Music Folk Music Rap & Hip Hop World Music Punk Music Heavy Metal Jazz Latin Music Oldies Learn More By Ken Simmons Ken Simmons is a seasoned broadcast journalist with national visibility, who specializes in writing about rhythm and blues, and pop music. our editorial process Ken Simmons Updated March 18, 2017 Born February 11, 1974 in Richmond, Virginia. D'Angelo is a four-time Grammy Award winner with 12 additional Grammy nominations. His 1995 debut solo album, Brown Sugar, was certified double platinum and earned three Grammy Awards nominations, including Best R&B Album. With his instant success, he was heralded as one of the leaders of the "Neo-Soul" movement along with Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill, and Maxwell. D'Angelo's second CD, Voodoo in 2000, earned Grammys for Best R&B Album, and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for the single, "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" Then he took a 14 year hiatus until releasing his third CD, Black Messiah, in 2014. On February 15, 2016, it won a Grammy for Best R&B Album, and the single, "Really Love," won Best R&B Song. Here is a list of D'Angelo's Top Ten Greatest Hits." 01 of 10 2000 - "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" D'Angelo. Frank Micelotta/Getty Images D'Angelo's "Untitled (How Does it Feel)," which he wrote and produced with Raphael Saadiq, won a Grammy Award in 2001 for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance, and was also nominated for Best R&B Song. It was recorded for his Voodoo CD which won a Grammy for Best R&B Album. The "Untitled" video suddenly thrust D'Angelo into the role of sex symbol, as he appeared naked in the highly erotic clip which was shot from the hips up. It earned three nominations for the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards: Video of the Year, Best R&B Video, and Best Male Video. 02 of 10 2014 - "Really Love" D'Angelo. Paras Griffin/Getty Images After a 14 year hiatus, D'Angelo made a major comeback in 2014 with the release of his Black Messiah CD. It won a Grammy for Best R&B Album, and was nominated for Album of the Year. The single "Really Love" was voted Best R&B Song, and was also nominated for Record of the Year. 03 of 10 1996 - "Lady" D'Angelo. Paul Bergen/Redferns "Lady," the third single form D'Angelo's 1996 debut Brown Sugar album, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. Brown Sugar was also nominated for Best R&B Album. Composed and produced by D'Angelo and Raphael Saadiq, "Lady" peaked at number two on the Billboard R&B chart, and number ten on the Hot 100. 04 of 10 1996 - "Brown Sugar" D'Angelo. Skip Bolen/WireImage D'Angelo first solo single, the title tune of his 1995 debut Brown Sugar album, received Grammy Awards nominations for Best R&B Song, and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. The song reached number five on the Billboard R&B chart. 05 of 10 1996 - "Cruisin'" D'Angelo. Evan Agostini/Liaison For the second single from his 1995 Brown Sugar album, D'Angelo recorded a cover version of the 1979 Smokey Robinson classic, "Cruisin'." The song peaked at number ten on the Billboard R&B chart. 06 of 10 1999 - "Nothing Even Matters" with Lauryn Hill D'Angelo. Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET D'Angelo and Lauryn Hill received a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for their duet 1998 "Nothing Even Matters." It was included on the historic The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill album which has sold over 20 million copies worldwide. In 1991, Hill won five Grammy Awards for the album, which set a record at the time for the most Grammys won by a female in one night. 07 of 10 2002 - "Be Here" with Raphael Saadiq D'Angelo. Ollie Millington/Redferns via Getty Images D'Angelo and Raphael Saadiq recorded "Be Here" as the first single from Saadiq's 2002 debut solo CD, Instant Vintage. It was nominated for Best R&B Song, and Best Urban/Alternative Performance 08 of 10 1994 - "U Will Know" (as a part of Black Men United) D'Angelo. Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET D'Angelo recorded first hit single, "U Will Know" with the group Black Men United featuring Usher, R. Kelly, Boyz II Men, Brian McKnight, and Gerald Levert. He co-wrote and co-produced the song for the soundtrack of the 1994 movie Jason's Lyric "U Will Know" peaked at number five on the Billboard R&B chart, and number 28 on the Hot 100. D'Angelo served as choir director for a performance of the song on the Soul Train Music Awards, 09 of 10 1999 - "Left & Right" featuring Method Man & Redman D'Angelo. Paras Griffin/Getty Images "Left & Right" featuring Method Man & Redman was the second single form D'Angelo's 2000 Voodoo CD. The song reached number nine on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop sales chart. 10 of 10 1996 - "Me and Those Dreamin' Eyes of Mine" D'Angelo. Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images "Me and Those Dreamin' Eyes of Mine" was the fourth single from D'Angelo's 1995 Brown Sugar album. The song reached number two on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales chart.