I made the patented “oooh that’s fire” scrunchy face twice when listening to LIKE‘s latest release, “Sip Mo.” The first time? When the Erykah sample came in. The second time? When the Biggie sample came in. The whole affair is beautifully tied together by minimalistic, jazzy production that makes you feel like you just walked . . .
With his debut album, Big Baby D.R.A.M., set to release tonight, D.R.A.M. releases a sensual new track called “WiFi” that finds him trading lines with the legendary Erykah Badu. This song was released via Beats 1 Radio. It looks like the Virginia budding superstar is going to have a great release. Stream “WiFi” below and . . .
It’s apparent that Nas‘s album is definitely on the way, even if you haven’t heard the song on Khaled’s album. The legendary emcee is being seen more than we’ve seen him in years. For his most recent appearance, he stopped by The Jimmy Kimmel show to discuss his business ventures, his first celebrity interaction and . . .
Dej Loaf makes a return with a remix of Erykah Badu‘s But You Caint Use My Phone. Can Dej really make you put your phone down? That’s up for you to decide. Stream the remix below.
“This bitter land does nothing for love. This bitter land brings pain from above.” Talk about a blockbuster record. Nas and Erykah Badu have teamed up for a solemn, mournful record called “This Bitter Land,” which just released via Mass Appeal Records. This record will appear on the soundtrack for The Land, a yet to . . .
We heard “I’m Leaving You” with Ledisi and John Scofield; witnessed “Ghetto Walkin” with Bilal, and today Robert Glasper releases another track from his Miles Davis project, “Maiysha (So Long).” The latest release features a guest appearance from Erykah Badu. This single will be part of the accompanying soundtrack for Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic, . . .
It’s been an eventful week, but it’s not over. Erykah Badu is back with a new remix. This time she saw fit to add her flavor to PARTYNEXTDOOR‘s wistful single, “Come And See Me.” Erykah’s voice has always had the unique ability to carry emotion in ways that only she can, and she puts that . . .
Many of the producers in this era have worked their way into a space of being their own artist and Childish Major has a shining spot on that list. His upcoming project, Humility City, is on the way. Before that drops, he shares “Window Seat” with us. Here he delivers his own version of Erykah Badu‘s . . .
Erykah Badu has been the target of a lot of social media vitriol as of late, following some comments that she made on Twitter. She is unafraid and unfiltered on her latest release, “I Been Goin Thru It All,” which comes to us in tandem with her new cover story with the Fader. This time . . .
I’m always wary of a song that samples Erykah Badu. I think to myself, “y’all better not taint the sounds of Ms. Badu. She’s the national treasure.” That being said, Punch did his thing on “Gone.” The instrumentation is mellow and mild, featuring a prominent sample of “On & On” in the midst of it. . . .
Erykah Badu is confidently and comfortably continuing to step into new territory as of late, remixing Kanye West’s “Real Friends” to create “Trill Friends.” Her harmonies are on point, as always, as she flips things in ways that only she can while discussing the issues that come with fake friends. Stream “Trill Friends” below.
From our perspective, it all started with a “Hotline Bling” cover. Tonight, Erykah Badu’s But You Cain’t Use My Phone mixtape is available for our consumption. The project feels distinctly different than what we’d expect, but then again it’s to be expected. The last full project she released, New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the . . .
In a world full of excessive cell phone usage, Ms. Erykah Badu tells us that she can make you put your “Phone Down.” I believe her. The sound of her latest release bears influences from the OVO side of things. This is what happens when you have tea together, I guess. Regardless, it’s never a . . .
According to an interview with Noisey, Erykah Badu’s “Hotline Bling” remix is actually the first release from her forthcoming mixtape, But You Caint Use My Phone. That mixtape is set to release next week. It’s been five years since New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh) released. Excited doesn’t even cover it. In addition . . .
Is this the twilight zone? I was just complaining about the number of “Hotline Bling” remixes already out in the atmosphere. Then, one of my favorite artists ever, Ms. Erykah Badu, dropped her remix and I was forced to care about the rapidly spreading phenomenon, because, every Erykah Badu song is important. Drake‘s probably at . . .