Twenty years ago Erykah Badu emerged with her Texas to Fort Greene, Brooklyn brand of bohemianism and released her debut album, Baduizm. In her execution of an updated R&B sound post hip-hop, she brought headwraps, incense and repurposed images of The Color Purple to the mainstream. Her commercial success and Grammy wins for Baduizm caused the media to label her the queen of neo-soul. Cookin Soul celebrates that moment of ’90’s creativity with “WORKIZMMMMM” a two-minute sped-up scan of the album with a mix of the original rhythms and some of theirs. Stream it and share or download it for free.