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Erykah Badu Plans To Drop Fragrances Named After Her Songs Following Vagina Fragrance Release

Erykah Badu Performs at Summer Spirit 2018 Photo Credit: Vickey Ford of Sneakshot Photography

Can you guess which songs Erykah Badu plans on making fragrances for?

Looks like Erykah Badu isn't only releasing a fragrance that smells like her vagina.

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The soul singer revealed that she also plans on making fragrances (which she has since clarified will be incense) named after some of her songs during a recent phone interview with Rickey Smiley.

"Badu [Pussy] is the first one. The second will be 'Rim Shot.' Then we'll do 'Window Seat.' And then we'll do 'No Love,'" Badu said.

During the phone interview, Badu also spoke further on the first scent she will be releasing through her Badu World Market online store.

"I've been experimenting with this fragrance for a long time, just trying to come up with the right thing," she said. "I think the people deserve it. You walk in a room and have this kind of aroma, it makes everything in the world right."

Badu had previously shared news of her vagina-scented fragrance in an interview with 10 magazine.

“There’s an urban legend that my pussy changes men,” she said. “The men that I fall in love with, and fall in love with me, change jobs and lives.”

The singer also talked about the process of making the fragrance, which included burning some of her underwear.

“I took lots of pairs of my panties, cut them up into little pieces and burned them,” she said. “Even the ash is part of it.”

Badu World Market is slated to open on February 20.