YEBies Updates x Erkah Badu's "Window Seat" [Video] x MORE!!!!

Hello world, I’m still alive and breathing. A good friend of mines told me just because I’m re-launching doesn’t mean I CANT still keep my people informed and in the loop, so I'm back with some updates. This YEBies movement is definitely in motion and there are very nice things in store for you guys from me (@yebiesupdates), so follow that account to stay in the loop. Oh yeah you can get at me personally (@YEBies) as well if you just want to chop it up from time to time. If you holla at me, I will holla back. Following one or both accounts is the easiest way to stay up to date with the movement and how we are progressing. I appreciate all of you who still come to the site and look at the work that been done thus far. For those who are new here, this is the perfect time to go back through the blog and read, listen, and watch the older stuff to catch up. I can’t give you a solid launch date at the moment, because it’s bigger than me and I want to do this right for yall. Different parts are in different stages but the overall vision is becoming clearer every day that passes. So in the meantime as this revolution develops, get the word out to your fellow YEBies so that they may be ready for the evolution that’s about to take place. Oh yeah add on us on FACEBOOK as well. The Fan page is now created and up and running.

So while I was away Erykah Badu released the video to "Window Seat", my favorite R&B song right now. There is so much being said in this video with very few props or actors. I hope people can see what she is really trying to say and trying to portray with this video. It could be very easy to get caught up in the fact that she's naked, and lose the point behind and it and the part it played in relaying her message.


Oh yeah the pharse that comes out of her head after she got shot was "Group Think", something she has been talking about for a while via twitter.

My man Nasser, another one of the DMV YEBies, spent his spring break helping out in Haiti instead of the typical Miami, Mexico, or Atlanta move this year. While he was there, he was able to see first hand what the people actually living through, not the crap that we were getten shown on TV. From what we talked about, lets just say there needs to be a lot more questions asked to everyone else who collected money and clothes other then Wyclef. Here are a few pictures he took during his time there doing humanitarian work. You can follow him via Twitter and as him more questions about his trip and experiences down in Haiti.