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Watch: Erykah Badu's Stunningly Spare Performance at the 2010 Soul Train Awards

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This weekend, Erykah Badu performed at the 2010 Soul Train Awards, which aired on BET this weekend and pulled in a cool 3.9 million viewers, not too shabby.

And, as if we need more reason to praise Erykah Badu, her live takes on "Out My Mind, Just In Time" and "Window Seat" awe capably, what with Badu holding captive her audience despite her songs' spare presentation.

Of course, the choreographed LED lighting that moved in response to Badu's every move probably helped.

Give the performance a watch after the jump.

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