R&B/Soul veteran Erykah Badu joins "Broccoli" hitmaker Big Baby D.R.A.M. on "WiFi," a duet from the rapper/singer's self-titled debut album. Let me warn you now; if you care about vocals and syncing correctly with music then D.R.A.M.'s attempt may throw you off...
Erykah Badu To Host Soul Train Awards For The Second Time, Beyonce and Drake Lead Nominations (Full List)
Erykah Badu did such a good job hosting the 2015 Soul Train Awards, she was asked back again this year! The "Tyrone" singer will host the 2016 Soul Train Music Awards, which will go down at Las Vegas' Orleans Arena on November 6th.
Last night, Nas and Erykah Badu performed “This Bitter Land" on Jimmy Kimmel Live, a track from the soundtrack of indie film, The Land (which was executive produced by Nas and Cleveland-native Machine Gun Kelly).
In December 2015, it was reported that Nas signed on to executive-produce an indie film titled The Land with Cleveland-bred artist Machine Gun Kelly starring Erykah Badu. Now listen to one of the songs from the soundtrack, a collab by Nas and Badu called "This Bitter Land."
Erykah Badu, Bilal, and The Roots kicked off the first of many Prince tributes at the 2016 BET Awards tonight (June 26th). Comedian Dave Chappelle introduced the performers; with The Roots as the musicians, Badu sang "The Ballad of Dorothy Parker" and Bilal sang "The Beautiful Ones," channeling the late Purple one to a T.
Erykah Badu lets her diva attitude loose as "Sara Bellam" in the video for "Maiysha (So Long)", a collab with pianist Robert Glasper from Glasper's Everything's Beautiful album to honor the late, great jazz musician Miles Davis.
The 7th annual ONE MusicFest is set to go down on September 10th at the Atlanta-area Lakewood Amphitheater. Erykah Badu and Ice Cube will headline the Southeast’s premiere fall music festival...
Erykah “She Ill” Badu adds her flare to OVO artist PARTYNEXTDOOR (PND) and Drake’s chill duet “Come and See Me” for a newly-minted duet called “Come and See Badu.”
Both Erykah Badu and Prince define what it means to be confident and free-spirited; one could call them kindred spirits on the subject. It just so happens that Badu is another star who had a deep friendship with the music icon, and she shared a poem of memories with the her friend...
Erykah Badu will make her sophomore appearance on the cover of The FADER's 103rd issue, the 2016 April/May Producers issue. For the cover story, Badu discusses The Black Lives Matter movement, Donald Trump, her journey toward becoming a midwife, co-parenting with André 3000, and her newly launched independent record label, Control FreaQ.