Panties creaming all over America after D'Angelo performed two tracks off his new album The Black Messiah on last night's SNL. It's been a long 15 years since "How Does It Feel," but we never lost hope, or thought his sexy was forever out of reach.

And it's not just that dude was looking good and sounding crisp, he also came correct politically. For his song "Charade," his band, the Vanguard, wore shirts that read 'I Can't Breathe,' the same words uttered by 43-year-old Eric Garner right before he died in police custody last July. D'Angelo rocked a hoodie in honor of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin who was fatally shot by George Zimmerman in 2012. Doing that on SNL is a big fucking deal for America y'all.

Take a look at the other song D'Angelo performed "Really Love" below:

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Also be sure to check out Clover Hope's piece on Black Messiah.