Need a good reason to head out to Long Island’s Jones Beach Theater tonight? We have two. First, there’s Mary J. Blige, the queen of hip-hop soul, who remains one of the biggest artists in r&b two decades after dropping “Real Love” on an unsuspecting public and long after “hip-hop soul” ceased to be a genre that anyone actually refers to. Second is D’Angelo, the leading figure—mmm, that figure—of another long-defunct genre, neo-soul, who is putting the finishing touches on the album that will be his first in 12 years and third overall. Bring the whole family, or—on second thought—don’t. With Melanie... More >>>