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  • Erykah Badu # Five Looks That Erykah Badu Slayed

    A look at a few of our favorite fashion moments from the style icon Erykah Badu

    Badu is many things to many people. To some, she is an artist, a dancer, a poet, a mother, and a Doula. For others, like myself she is a light and a vessel of healing through her artistry. To designers such as Tom Ford and Riccardo Tisci, Badu is a gorgeous esthetic model whose features, beauty, and style command audiences worldwide. Beautiful, nurturing, and kind (in real life), Badu is everything she represents herself to be. She deserves an applause for embodying a force and a strength that allows her to be vulnerable, unabashedly honest, real in a world where carefully crafted images of perfection are forced upon us, and acceptance is the goal.

    For this we say thank you Ms. Badu. From her gorgeous varied natural hairstyles, to her distinctive fashion sense, Erykah Badu has proven that we are most beautiful when we are ourselves. Badu is in fact an unequivocal style icon. Like vignettes that interrelate into our own lives, Erykah Badu's music has impacted each of us differently. Yet similarly we're all able to hold on to pieces of her songs and catalogue them as chapters of our lives. There are fashion statements that have gotten the attention of us all, in honor of her birthday, here are five looks that Erykah Badu has slayed…

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  • Roy Ayers # Roy Ayers, the most sampled man in pop, back in Hong Kong

    You know Roy Ayers' music, even if you don't know you know it. A genre-hopping musical polymath with more than half a century in the business and more than 90 albums to his name, he is most famous for his numerous timeless jazz, funk and soul compositions, particularly from the mid-1970s, including his best-known, 1976's Everybody Loves the Sunshine.

    But the 74-year-old, originally from Los Angeles, who plays at Ovolo Southside on Wong Chuk Hang Road on February 28, has also personally spawned several important genres of music and influenced every generation of musicians that has followed him; hip hop producers have been particularly keen to mine his work and Ayers claims to be the most sampled artist in history.

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