When Erykah Badu creates a new song, she usually starts with an instrument that is treated as an accessory, such as a bell, shaker, mallet, or tuning fork. That’s been the case since “Baduizm”, which debuted as a vocalist and producer in 1997.
“What attracts me, and you and everyone else, is that those frequencies and tones are connected to our organs and cells,” she said from her home in Dallas. “You can cancel a particular illness. You are vibrating the molecule away.”
Badu has long believed and practiced what she calls healing art. She became Doula in 2001 and