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She was low-key glamorous in baggy jeans and a sparkly puff of hair, winking as she passed by, and it was just a moment, but it was a Moment, five seconds that live in my head like an hour. She’s with one of her daughters at Walmart at 4 am on a random weekday. She’s at Beauty Bar on a Thursday night, sitting in with DJ Sober at his Big Bang party, or visiting the kids at the Dallas International School.She’s stranded at DFW Airport during an ice storm, in a fur and “Badu in Japan” hoodie.When Afya became pregnant, Erykah had one of their friends, a personal trainer named Revolution, drop by every day to deliver fresh green juice to make sure Afya got all the nutrients she needed.They planned for a home delivery, and Erykah told them she wanted to be there when the baby came.“I was really trying to help her bring her ideas to the forefront and help her do what she wanted to do. They thought I had a heart attack or a stroke or something.It was just a lot of work, was a lot of hours in that studio. Common came through and said I looked like Tom Hanks in Cast Away.” The price for that: “I had a bit of a stress attack. But I wouldn’t have changed anything.” He’s never stopped working with her, and never tries to rush her. You just have to let her flit in and out of your life.You never really know when you’ll find her, and that’s the point.Maybe you were there when she performed an aerial ring routine with the Lone Star Circus.
They wrote a couple of songs together during the sessions, and he’s been one of her main collaborators ever since, appearing on all of her studio albums. This is possibly the secret to how she’s always remained current, never fully attached to any trend or scene.“I knew Common since, like, Florida, before he was signed and Common the rapper. Every week he would be, like, ‘Can you make three hats?My wife was making a lot of hats for different people in the crew. ’ For a year or something.” One day, Erykah came over with Common, whom she was dating at the time.Maybe you were at the Bad Boy Family Reunion show at the American Airlines Center, when she showed up unannounced and took over the stage near the end.Or maybe you happened to be at Dealey Plaza the day she filmed her video for “Window Seat,” slowly disrobing until she stood where JFK had been shot, naked, in and out in one take, here and gone so quickly you could hardly believe what you’d just seen. Shouldn’t you want to be on the rooftop patio of a local restaurant for a 40th birthday party, and then suddenly Erykah Badu is there? The party was for a guy I barely know, a man of means who also brought in A Tribe Called Quest’s charismatic leader, Q-Tip, for a DJ set that night.
When Afya went into labor, Erykah was flying home to Dallas after finishing up a tour.