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Get Your Badu Gear On The Cheap...

Power to Badu's people.

Yeah, when Erykah Badu released New Amerykah: Part One a few months back, we were pretty high on the music.

But we also dropped our jaws pretty hard for the artwork (designed by Emek), too--if not more. And that's why we're pretty stocked about this news: The folks in Badu's camp are taking 10 percent off of Erykah's tour merch on her online store through June 24, which gives you a full week to take advantage of the awesome goodness you can find within.

Just head on over, persue the merch, and, when you hit the checkout page, enter this password: baduspace10. --Pete Freedman

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