Posted by Witch Hazel | Posted in erykah badu, hair files | Posted on 10-01-2014
Brew Beauty Erykah Badu changes her looks like the rest of us change undies. From baldie to a loc weave, she’s proven that she is not her hair. And when you have that face
and, dat azz does hair really matter? I digress.
She who maketh the men wear crochet pants recently switched up her look again, this time, she’s rocking a hi-top fade. Badu posted her new ‘do on the Twitters.
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Brew Beauties Janelle Monae and Erykah Badu teamed up to bring the funk on a new track off Janelle’s upcoming project. “Q.U.E.E.N.” was inspired by big sister-little sister kinds of conversations between the two singers. The song covers everything from religion to self love and shady broads over the funkiest of gee-tars.
Take a listen.
Janelle’s album, “The Electric Lady,” is listed as upcoming with no official release date announced just yet. Are you digging this jam?
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Posted by Witch Hazel | Posted in Brew Tube, erykah badu | Posted on 02-06-2012
The Flaming Lips and Erykah Badu have teamed up for a WTF? video moment. Basically, most of E. Badu’s videos of late have been WTF? moments…and I’m totally okay with that. The song is a beautiful, almost creepy remake of “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.” The video features glitter, a naked arse, a couple boob shots, something that looks a lot like blood and, uh, what looks like the sticky remnants of what they call the “money shot” (or, so I hear). Anyway, if you’re at work, don’t watch it yet.
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Posted by Witch Hazel | Posted in Brew Tube, erykah badu | Posted on 13-11-2011
To spend a few minutes inside the mind of Erykah Badu has to be a brilliant journey. In this interview/lecture with the Red Bull Music Academy in Madrid, Badu gives us two full hours inside her brain. She explains how some of her greatest hits were made and talks about her musical influences, the decline of the music industry, her start as a rapper and her friendship with (and attempted seduction of) the late music producer J Dilla. If you’re into music history, how songs are made and how producers find samples: you’ll love this.
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