Butt Naked Wednesdays: Erykah Badu’s Advice to Women in the Music Industry – Video

“Butt neked with glitter on ya wit a beeper….Butt Neked Wednesdays”
“Do some hoe shit”

I know she’s being funny in this video, but in light of her recent video, Window Seat, I’m sure people are calling it irony and foreshadowing.  I still love her boldness and respect the message she is trying to give in “Window Seat”.  We all know what’s really going on in the music industry when it comes to the images of black women.

BTW: This clip is from a great documentary called “Before the Music Dies“.  If you love real music, it’s a must see.

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3 Responses to Butt Naked Wednesdays: Erykah Badu’s Advice to Women in the Music Industry – Video

  1. ARNEADER

    This girl is high!

  2. cici

    not just black women – all women! we are treated like sex objects and nothing more – makes me ill.

  3. Malcolm X

    The lovely, FINE, Erykah speaks the truth, high or not. It`s as though these female artists are hoes first and artists second. It`s the mentality of the music industry nowadays and they all, for the most part, fall in line like little ten soldiers. A DEEP sista, such as Erykah, is underappreciated and misunderstood by all the simple- minded individuals who tread blindly ahead.

    Wisdom and knowledge only abides in those who seek it; they have no fellowship with fools. A fool must be left to his own devices…

    Peace, in the spirit of my “HERO”, Brotha
    Malcolm X and Brotha Fred Hampton.

    By the way, I have Erykahs` new CD and I genuinely love it. I`m still lovin` the azz in the Black drawers (my fav color in female lingerie and undergarments) in her “Window Seat” video. “DAMN” is all I can say.

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