In one of the video's central themes, Badu demonstrates that when a woman decides to appear nude in a public space like Dealey Plaza or in the meta sense, in a music video for a purpose other than titillation, there's something wrong with her disruption of social norms. Only time will tell if they yield the same results…. The Drudge link flagging the controversial video on Tuesday was: "Singer strips nude at JFK assassination site in new video That video was the deepest, most sincere, undeniably real video I've ever seen. Even Badu's supporters, as highlighted in the piece, are mum. I guess people would say that in the video I shed a lot of emotion and a lot of baggage by way of shedding clothing. It's a comfort zone we create for ourselves and I go outside of that comfort zone and the video says everything.
As an artist who has never shied away from articulating her consciousness-raising agenda through metaphor, the Window Seat video has prompted many to ask, does Erykah Badu's booty obscure her artistic message?
The Video Of Erykah Badu Dancing In Her Underwear Is All Of Us
That video was the deepest, most sincere, undeniably real video I've ever seen. If her booty gets in the way, just a bit, fine. Now listen about 15 hours ago via web.