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At 3:33 a.m. on Saturday morning (Eastern Time), Erykah Badu debuted the above Matt & Kim-inspired video for her new single, "Window Seat," on her Web site. The single is the first off her New Amerykah Pt. II: Return of the Ankh album, which will be released for purchase tomorrow.And, just two d ... More >>
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