In viewing the last 2 minutes of Erykah Badu’s Window Seat I must admit I caught the spirit and recounted a line from one of my favorite hymnals “I was blind, but now I see”. Indeed, amazing was the proper adjective to describe the body of the Neo Soul-tress. Needless to say, I completely understand what had Andre 3000, The D.O.C., Common, and Jay Electronica open.
The video which was directed by Coodie and Chike of the multifaceted production company Creative Control who also produced Kanye West’s Through The Wire, and Jesus Walks.
The talented duo had this to say about the controversial ending
“It was also to tie [the JFK assassination] in,” Chike added. “He was assassinated there for what reason? There were reasons for his assassination that dealt with him doing things that went against the norm for positive reasons. People try to assassinate your character when you try to step against the grain. That’s where the gunshot in the video came. Also, she was inspired by the Matt and Kim video [for ‘Lessons Learned’], where they did something shocking in the end.”
Sidebar ladies, In the department of underwear etiquette, I wanna give a shout out to Victoria for all her secrets. The black lace boy-shorts was an exquisite choice, that truly complimented what was already evident.