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More Erykah Badu News...

More from Badu camp. (Marc Baptiste)

We're all excited about the new Erykah Badu release New Amerykah: Part One 'round these parts (Wilonsky's gone especially batshit), so we've been updating you like woah on all things Badu. Well, here's some more news:

-Erykah will host a CD release party at Bill's Records tonight at midnight. - Q-Tip's been replaced by Biz Markie as Ms. Badu's co-host for Wednesday night's Ghostbar event.

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Press release info about the Bill's appearance after the jump.

"The album signing, sponsored by MySpace, the social networking web site, is hosted by Dallas based DJs, the Cannabinoids. Badu will autograph copies of New Amerykah and kick it with her loyal fans until 1 a.m. MySpace representatives will be there to reward the event's first 100 attendees with tickets to Badu’s CD Release Listening Party and Jam Session at the House of Blues, 2200 N Lamar St, on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Badu’s friends on MySpace friends are also invited to print out for their profile with Erykah in their top 8 friends to Bills Records and Tapes."

See you there? -- Pete Freedman

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