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Soulqarians Reunion? Erykah Badu and Questlove Set to DJ Rio Room on Saturday

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A Soulquarians reunion? Almost! Tomorrow night, after an affair last night that saw NBA champion/Mavericks guard JJ Barea and even Miss Universe stopping on by Rio Room for DJ Klever's set (Mavs Championship Party Tour 2011 is the best!), the posh Uptown spot will host another pretty massive deal.

Tomorrow night at the Travis Street venue, Dallas' own Erykah Badu will stop by the club (a regular thing for her at this point) to offer up another DJ set, and joining her will be longtime friend and collaborator Questlove.

No word on if Questo plans to remix the clips at this gig (we doubt it), but it should be a special event nonetheless.

The two have a long history together, dating all the way back to 1996, when Badu enlisted the future "Best Band in Late Night" drummer and the rest of The Roots to work on her 1997 debut, Baduizm. Click here to find out more on the tandem's personal history together, including a hilarious story from Questo about how sexy he thought Erykah was the first time he met her.

Meanwhile, send an email here to reserve a spot on the guest list.

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