Erykah Badu just blew our minds. In her first project in five years, 'But You Caint Use My Phone,' the 44-year-old songstress shows off her musicianship as she plays around with soundscapes in her melodic journey with the cellular phone.
The 2015 Soul Train Awards took place in Las Vegas on Friday (Nov. 6) and according to reports, it was the trippiest show in America. Bruno Mars won Song of the Year for “Uptown Funk” and honorees Jill Scott and Babyface performed.
In the wake of Kendrick Lamar's verse on the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher, in which he presumedly fired a lyrical shot at Drake, people are eager to see what will be the outcome. One of those people is Erykah Badu.
On Saturday (Sept. 14), the annual One Music Fest took place in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta. The day-long event featured performances from contest winners, locally known acts and industry veterans, including Pete Rock, Snoop Dogg, Goodie Mob and Erykah Badu.
Known as the Queen of Neo-Soul, Erykah Badu is a unique artist that produces music according to her own rules. Celebrating the 16th anniversary of her debut album, 'Baduizum,' this year, the LP was a clear introduction of the talent to come from this songstress...