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14 FISH IN 15 min.
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OutKast and Erykah Badu perform "Humble Mumble" together in Atlanta
consequenceofsound.net: OutKast returned to Atlanta this past weekend for a trio of memorable homecoming concerts. In addition to spirited sets from the reunited hip-hop duo, the shows featured a handful of special guests, including Childish Gambino, Killer Mike, Janelle Monáe, Future, and Raury, among others.
Sunday night’s finale was especially unique, as it was highlighted by an appearance from Erykah Badu. The R&B legend joined André 3000 and Big Boi on stage for a performance of Stankonia standout “Humble Mumble”. (In case you were wondering about the connection, Badu and André were previously involved and have a 17-year-old son together.)
Watch fan-shot footage below (via AllHipHop).
Erykah in Elle - October 2014
Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Erykah Badu & More Tapped For "God & Hip Hop" Concert
(AllHipHop News) The Builder’s Build Group and the Nation of Gods & Earths present the first annual the “God & Hip Hop Concert.” The showcase is part of the 3 day event known as The God & Hip Hop Weekend taking place October 3-5.
The NOGE, aka the 5% Nation, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. In honor of that milestone, the Gods are focusing on offering the word life to counter the death they now see being promoted in Hip Hop music.
Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Brand Nubian, and more will bless the mic at NYC’s Apollo Theater for the God & Hip Hop Concert. Erykah Badu will serve as co-host for the evening. DJ Kay Slay will be on hand as well.
Besides the star-studded concert, the God & Hip Hop Weekend will also feature panel discussions, a town hall meeting, new artist showcase, a family day, and VIP Power 50 dinner.
1ST HAIGHT ST. MUSIC AND MERCHANTS STREET FESTIVAL
Erykah Badu at the 1st Haight St. Music and Merchants Street Festival on September 7, 2014 in San Francisco.
black-scale.com: Various artists came to the bay and performed including Erykah Badu, Talib Kweli, IAMSU, HBK, Curtis Williams, Audio Push, and many more. With all of Haight St. closed off for the festival, the whole city came out to support and hangout on the block. The inaugural festival was put on by Black Scale, Diamond Supply Co., Pink Dolphin, and Derby SF, and the turn out was amazing.
Other than the music performances, the Haight St. Festival had a pro skate demo, art displays, restaurant specials, and even a Children’s alley with jumpers and various activities for the kids. Coinciding with the block party, Stussy opened up their pop-up store at True SF, Pink Dolphin collaborated with Kool John, and Black Scale collaborated with Stussy for a limited tee shirt release that sold out rapidly.
Overall, the festival was a great time and and we look forward to the years to come. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported.
Childish Gambino & Erykah Badu
Stop Everything & Check Out Erykah Badu's Odd & Awesome Vines
globalgrind.com: Erykah Badu is basically a unicorn placed here on earth to steal our hearts and souls with her beautiful voice, piercing green eyes, and voluptuous lady lumps. And we’re not complaining.
If you would’ve asked us 10 years ago whether we thought Erykah Badu would participate in social media shenanigans, we would’ve said “hell to the nah” faster than Whitney Houston (RIP Whit). But surprisingly, Erykah Badu is very present and very funny on social media.
When she’s not crashing live news broadcastings, Erykah Badu’s posting hilarious Vines under the alias of “Manuela Maria Mexico.” Don’t ask us why her Vine name is Manuela Maria Mexico, because we don’t know, but we know that Erykah’s life seems like the best thing ever. Oh, and her kids are awesome.
Here are all the reasons why we love Erykah Badu’s Vine…
She does magic tricks with her kids.
She says weird shit like this.
Click here to see more.
Erykah in September 2014 issue of D Magazine
Volume 41 # 9
S. DALLAS Texas
Native / Choctaw
Original Bamaleke tribe
Grass Field Cameroonian
Descendant Cotton Picker
Started from the Bottom
In theees Grimey streets
Up at MLK REC
JIMS Car Wash
Deep Ellum Blues
Booker T. Washington
Oh and I see you
Brian Bolke (my brother)
Dallas is my Heart.
Both Grand Mothers
alive to see it ..
I work for them.
Erykah featured in September issue of InStyle magazine
Oooooh.. Honored to be featured in Sept. Issue of
IN STYLE mag.
Don't care to much about Fashion...
but if you got your own Style come fck wit me..