He's got company now. Bilal's debut album might be the best we've seen from the R&B/Soul genre in the last 5-7 years. His followup is nothing to sneeze at. John Legend has commandeered the sophisticated R&B lane. Musiq's a balladeer version of Shaquille O'Neal. Anthony Hamilton's Soul offerings are hard to argue with. Is there room in the game for a D'Angelo comeback? His crooning on Snoop's "Imagine" has folk stirring, but will it be that easy for him to walk back into the game?