Erykah Badu Embraces Internet, Redman With Revamped ‘Jump’

Erykah Badu is no stranger to the net. In fact, the “Window Seat” singer will be using the internet to distribute a series of new songs this month. Earlier this year, Badu released a record titled “Jump” with Lil Wayne. A fan favorite online, the song is now set to feature a bevy of Hip Hop’s top acts including Redman, of Dead Prez, Snoop Dogg, Mos Def, Jay Electronica, David Banner, Raekwon and Big Boi. While the new versions of “Jump” will not make the album, Badu has plans to release each and every cut, much like a remix, online. “The Internet has afforded us with a way to not limit ourselves to the album project,” Badu told Billboard recently. “There are so many ways to put out music now without having it just being a part of an album.” A number of websites will premiere each version of “Jump” exclusively throughout the month of March. Erykah Badu’s anticipated album, “New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh,” is due in stores and at digital retail March 30.


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