Erykah Badu Hosting Interactive “Quarantine Concert Series”

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Erykah Badu, November 2017 (Bryan Steffy/WireImage)
Erykah Badu, November 2017 (Bryan Steffy/WireImage)

Erykah Badu has introduced “Apocalypse Two: The Rooms,” the second installment in what she’s calling a an interactive “quarantine concert series.” Fans who view the livestream, which is able to function Badu and her full band, will likely be given the flexibility to “move from room to room inside her home, exploring and experimenting with different genres of music interpreted through her catalog of hits,” in response to a press launch. The broadcast begins on Sunday, April 5 at eight p.m. ET and admission is $2. More particulars could be discovered on her website.

Badu is considered one of quite a few artists who’ve taken to livestreaming concerts, DJ sets, and other content through the social-distancing measures which were put in place in international locations worldwide through the COVID-19 pandemic. Read Pitchfork’s Sunday Review of Erykah Badu’s 2000 album Mama’s Gun.

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