Erykah Badu helped define the neo-soul sound of the ’90s and early ’00s with some now-classic material, and she has stayed very creative into the current decade. Her latest, the 2015 But You Caint Use My Phone mixtape, has some of her best work.
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While he isn’t new to the game—he already has five mixtapes under his belt—he found major success ... Music is deep-rooted in Saba's family: His father is a neo-soul and R&B musician and producer; his uncle is a hip-hop producer; his grandfather.
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Erykah Badu has shared another glimpse of her upcoming mixtape, But You Caint Use My Phone. The neo-soul singer posted “Phone Down” via Apple Music’s Connect service Monday night, along with a confirmation that the anticipated project will come out.
The latest such collaboration is “Hello,” off Badu’s just-released But You Caint Use My Phone mixtape, and it’s a sublime melding of her neo-soul rhythms and André’s rolling, rapid-fire flow. The song riffs on the Isley Brothers’ “Hello It.