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Despite not charting as high as her first two albums, Mama's Gun was another platinum-selling success, and "Bag Lady" was nominated for a Grammy Award.
By 2000, Badu was in a romantic relationship with fellow Soulquarian Common.
The album was well-received, with the lyrical content winning notices from many publications.
"Love of My Life" hit #9 on the pop charts, topped the R&B listings, and in 2003 Badu was awarded her fourth Grammy Award for it.On September 16, 2003, she released her third studio album Worldwide Underground, the album was more jam-oriented than any of her prior releases, and Badu said that the album was designed to as "one continuous groove." Badu received four further Grammy nominations for the album.She also contributed to Zap Mama's album Ancestry in Progress (2004), adding her vocals to the track "Bandy Bandy." Badu embarked on the "Worldwide Underground Tour" in 2004.She also speaks at length in the documentaries Before the Music Dies and The Black Power Mixtapes.Erykah Badu was born Erica Abi Wright in Dallas, Texas on February 26, 1971.
To concentrate on music full-time, she left the university in 1993 before graduating, and took on several minimum-wage jobs to support herself.