Erykah Badu reflects on her African heritage and Baduizm [Video]

If the headwrap was my trademark, African drums were my soundtrack” Erykah Badu.
Continuing their sit down with modern day legends including Nas, Common, Lauryn Hill, Raekwon and Prodigy from Mobb Deep, Reebok and Rock The Bells sit down with Erykah Badu to reflect on her 1997 debut classic Baduizm. The internationally renowned singer/songwriter discusses the influence her African heritage had on her sound and look at the time and breaks down how certain songs were created and added to the project when she met ?uestlove and spent time in Philadelphia with him, the Jazzfatnastees and D’angelo.
Watch the video below.

Source: Fuse