Erykah Badu - New Amerykah Part II

Return of the Ankh (new album / MP3)

by Allison Taich

9 February 2010

 

Erykah Badu
New Amerykah Part II: Return of the Ankh
(Universal Motown)
Releasing: 30 March

It has been two years since singer/songwriter/producer Erykah Badu’s last release, New Amerykah Part 1: 4th World War. Now the empress of soul has announced her follow-up New Amerykah Part II: Return of the Ankh. The album is scheduled to be released 30 March by Universal Motown. Each song was either produced or co-produced by Badu, and features a guest appearance by drummer/DJ ?uestlove. The album will also include a web-only track featuring Lil’ Wayne and Bilal.

SONG LIST
01 20 Feet Tall (produced by Erykah Badu and 9th Wonder)
02 Window Seat (produced by Erykah Badu and James Poyser, featuring ?uestlove)
03 Agitation (produced by Erykah Badu and Shafiq Husayn of SA-RA Creative Partners)
04 Get Money (produced by Erykah Badu)
05 Don’t Be Long (produced by Erykah Badu and Taarak)
06 Love (produced by Erykah Badu and J Dilla)
07 Umm Hmm (produced by Erykah Badu and Madlib)
08 Fall in Love (produced by Erykah Badu and Karriem Riggins)
09 Incense (Instrumental) (produced by Erykah Badu and Madlib)
10 Out My Mind Just in Time (Part 1) (Undercover Over-Lover) (produced by Erykah Badu)
11 Out My Mind Just in Time (Part 2) (produced by Erykah Badu and Georgia Anne Muldrow)
12 Jump in the Air (ft. Lil Wayne and Bilal) (produced by Erykah Badu, RC Williams and Jahborn)*
* web-only bonus track

Erykah Badu
“Window Seat” [MP3]
     

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