First Impressions: Erykah Glides Effortlessly Into The 'Window Seat'

Monday, February 8, 2010

Last week we 'jumped in the air and stayed there', and now this week, we are taking the aisle seat and giving Erykah Badu the "Window Seat" to reflect on this airborne glide of sultry soul.

On Friday, Erykah released "Window Seat" to a flurry of excitement (mine included), thus making the anticipation for Erykah Badu's New Amerykah Part Two: Return Of The Ankh reach it's zenith point with the drop of it's official first slice. "Window Seat" is crafted to be the continuation of the sound that Badu achieved on her 1997 debut, Baduizm. It is mind soothing and has that effortless lyrical spill that is the perfect combination for Ms. Badu. ?uestlove adds his rhythmic drums to the mix and in a nutshell, you've got a tightly arranged golden nugget of a song. This is the type of track that everyone possibly wanted to hear off of New Amerykah Part One: 4th World War because it's not as fussy and feisty, yet "Window Seat" is exquisitely crafted and is the introduction needed for Return of the Ankh.  

Window Seat

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