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The soulful songstress was just publicly claimed once again on social media, and she quickly confirmed the union. None other than producer/actor Carl Jones, most famous for creating “Black Dynamite.” Carl casually dropped the info that he and Erykah are an item via Twitter early Thursday morning, complete with a loved-up photo of the two cuddling in black and white.
In the video for her new single, Window Seat, 39-year-old singer Erykah Badu walks through the busy streets of her native Dallas taking off her clothes item by item until she’s naked.
I’m a total analogue girl.” Badu is parked at one end of a sofa, talking in a whisper. “Part One was the left brain – masculine, analytical, political, social opinions that I have. You’re conditioned to think that way, and when it doesn’t happen you feel you’re a failure.
Part Two is the right brain – what’s on the inside, raw honesty about the emotions that I have.” She liberates a necklace from the clump, and gives me the vaguest sidelong glance. It’s the music – that’s it.” Badu’s raw honesty is put mostly to the task of trying to resolve the eternal differences between men and women. What we have in common, me and the brothers I’ve known, is that we are all trying to evolve. Because I want them to be happy and the more I see how the male of the species behaves, the more I understand, and the less I blame him.
When she reaches the grassy knoll near to where John F Kennedy was assassinated, a “shot” rings out and she collapses.
They hang together as coherent works, in the manner of classics from the days of vinyl. Badu still lives in the south Dallas neighbourhood where she was raised. I need a partner I can depend on, that I can love and grow with. Mind you, I have friends who are in polygamous relationships - they’re no more happy or sad than we are.
Having graduated from performing arts school, where she trained as a dancer, she switched to music in 1997 with her outstanding debut album Baduizm.
This lush, elegant record, with its barefoot feel of Seventies hippydom and ineffably laid-back rhythms, spawned a movement, nu-soul, and with it a hundred imitators.
In a long and complex romantic CV – “I’ve had a boyfriend non-stop since I was five” – she has had relationships with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, including the Chicago rapper Common and Andre Benjamin from Atlanta chart-toppers Outkast.
Many of those have since faded away; Badu, now a mother of three children by three different hip-hop stars, gets stronger, and indeed daffier, with every new release.
The latest is New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh), the successor to her universally acclaimed New Amerykah Part One (4th World War) from 2008.