Tag Archives: Erykah Badu

Until the Quiet Comes – Short Film by Kahlil Joseph

Robert Glasper Experiment “Black Radio” EPK captured by FROLAB

2012 is sounding quite beautiful already… take a sneak peak at the making of the Robert Glasper Experiment’s new album “Black Radio out early 2012 on Blue Note Records.


VIDEO captured & edited by FROLAB

Pre-Order your copy of Black Radio! – Blue Note Records.
iTunes | Amazon (Vinyl)

Track Listing:
1. Lift Off/Mic Check (featuring Shafiq Husayn)
2. Afro Blue (featuring Erykah Badu)
3. Cherish The Day (featuring Lalah Hathaway)
4. Always Shine (featuring Lupe Fiasco & Bilal)
5. Gonna Be Alright (F.T.B.) (featuring Ledisi)
6. Move Love (featuring KING)
7. Ah Yeah (featuring Musiq Soulchild & Chrisette Michele)
8. Consequence Of Jealously (featuring Meshell Ndegeocello)
9. Why Do We Try (featuring Stokley Williams)
10. Black Radio (eaturing Mos Def)
11. Letter to Hermoine (featuring Bilal)
12. Smells Like Teen Spirit

Robert Glasper, Black Radio Piano. photo by: Jewell Green (@missfrolab)

for more info please visit: frolab.com

Thundercat 105: Daylight Live at the Echo

Mochilla captures the record release party for The Golden Age of Apocalypse – September 5, 2011 at the The Echo in Echo Park L.A. We named it Thundercat 105 because all three of us only shot Nikkor 105 Micro/Macro lenses.

Photography:
Mike Park
Eric Coleman
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Editing:
Luke Lynch
Sound Recording:
Daddy Kev

A Celebration of 25 Years: A Review of the JazzReggae Festival at UCLA

In commemoration of its 25th year, the JazzReggae Festival at UCLA releases a documentary that looks back through its history with festival footage and exclusive interviews with past producers. From its humble beginnings to its acclaimed present, the JazzReggae Festival has been entertaining Southern California since 1986 with performances by Erykah Badu, The Roots, and Damien Marley. From interviews with the festival’s founder Ron Richards to a fish-eyed view of the Roots performance in 2008, the documentary explores the JazzReggae Festival’s history, tradition, and importance as a cultural institution in Los Angeles. For further information, please visit jazzreggaefest.com!

directed and edited by Greg the Dude.

Erykah Badu – Gone Baby, Don’t be Long – Directed by Flying Lotus

From the album New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh

Directed by: Flying Lotus
Post-Production: Beeple
Modeling: Beeple + Vince Ream
Director of Photography: Theo Jemison

Download the Cinema 4D project file: beeple-crap.com/​resources.php

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Coachella 2011

looking like a lovely one… once again.

 

Video: Erykah Badu “Window Seat”

((((watch on www.erykahbadu.com)))

“Window Seat” directed by Erykah Badu, Coodie and Chike.
Produced by the Soulquarians.
New Amerykah Part II: Return of the Ankh is in stores 3/30/10.

[Words in blue paint at the end read ‘Groupthink’.]

FinalQuote:

“They play it safe. Are quick to assassinate what they do not understand. They move in packs ingesting more and more fear with every act of hate on one another. They feel most comfortable in groups, less guilt to swallow. They are US! This is what we have become, afraid to respect the individual. A single person within a circumstance can move one to change, to love ourself, to EVOLVE.” -WindowSeat – ErykahBadu

Inspired by: Matt and Kim