Hard Knock Tv’s Nick Huff Barili caught up with Big Boi to talk about his new album Sir Lucious Left Foot… The Son of Chico Dusty, Andre 3000 Solo Project (which he says Dre is rapping again), label politics, new Outkast project and Big Boi’s next solo project which is going to be called Daddy [cont.]
From the album, Sir Lucious Left Foot… the Son of Chico Dusty. Filmed with the Atlanta Ballet in 2008.
Perhaps Tip’s troubles cause his guest verse on “Tangerine” to be replaced with Fabolous? This happened before with Kanyeless edits of “Forever” and Canibus-free versions of LL’s “4,3,2,1″. Way to go kick ‘em when their down, record labels. LISTEN: Big Boi – “Tangerine (Remix #2)” (feat. Rick Ross, Fabolous, Bun B)
Big Boi’s Sir Luscious Leftfoot single gets the remix treatment, with new rhymes from Rick Ross and Bun B. LISTEN: Big Boi – “Tangerine” (feat. Rick Ross, T.I., Bun B)
The “Baller’s Eve” radio show, broadcasted on East Village Radio in NYC, got this directly from Big Boi. The ATLiens are, once again, lyrically in a universe far greater than that of most of these mere Earthlings. LISTEN: Big Boi “Lookin’ 4 Ya” (Jedi Remix) feat. Andre 3000
Latest offering from Big Boi’s Sir Luscious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty.
Big Boi puts his Leftfoot forward with this North American tour, starting this tommorrow. 08-26 Atlanta, GA – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater 09-28 Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle 09-02 Iowa City, IA – University of Iowa 10-01 Bloomington, IN – Indiana University 09-04 Atlanta, GA – Heineken Red Star Soul 10-08 Columbia, SC – University of [cont.]
Was afraid Dave might butcher Big Boi’s mouthful of an album title, but he’s a consummate professional. Also noteworth: Big Boi’s hat.
As usual, 2K Sports gathers a handful of rappers for their latest installment in the NBA 2K series. The NBA 2K11 soundtrack features previously released hits from Big Boi, Drake, Kid Cudi, and others, plus a new track from Snoop Dogg, “NBA 2K Theme”. “NBA 2K is the basketball game that everyone plays, from NBA [cont.]
This summer Converse honors renowned hip-hop artist Big Boi, one-half of multi-platinum, five-time Grammy Award-winning super group OutKast, by producing a special limited edition run of Chuck Taylor All Stars designed by the artist himself. The iconic brand partnered with Big Boi to create the one-of-a-kind design in celebration of his Def Jam debut “Sir [cont.]
Chelsea gets hood with her first “Rapper Roundtable”, featuring each Big Boi, Rick Ross, and Lil Jon. Hide ya hoes.
Big Boi delivers another one from Leftfoot, live on Lopez, with special guest Vonnegutt.
The Roots back Big Boi for a peformance of “Shutterbugg” on Late Night Night With Jimmy Fallon. Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son Of Chico Dusty in stores now.
247HH sits down with Big Boi on the drop of his new album “Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Legend of Chico Dusty” which is in stores and online now! Big Boi discusses his new album, the creation of “Bombs Over Baghdad”, and a colorful story involving jewelry being “stowed away” inside some ladies.
Outkast Idlewild Flask (2005) With Big Boi’s album hitting this week, we decided to take a look back at this 2005 promo item from the Outkast film / soundtrack Idlewild, which also introduced the world to Janelle Monae. The 6oz stainless steel Idlewild flask came in a classy gift-box, and was given out to cast [cont.]
We all know Big Boi’s sticky-icky label drama has kept certain tracks from making the final cut of Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty. But Big Boi has leaked several of these deleted tracks himself, and last night he actually tweeted where to put them in your playlist. He tweets: If you have [cont.]
Big Boi’s first “real” solo LP, Sir Luscious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty, has been a long time coming. Tracks or supposed tracks from the album have been dropping for nearly three years, and they’ve all been excellent. Yet it took moving from Jive to Def Jam for one of the most successful hip [cont.]
Big Boi’s latest has been getting great reviews across the board, but what does HipHopSite.Com think about it? You’ll find that out sooner-than-later… In the meantime, where is the best place to cop Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty? BigBoi.Com: You can order the album directly from BigBoi.Com, which presents it in numerous [cont.]
Big Boi serves up this mix of ‘Kast classics in preparation for the release of Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty, hitting stores this July 6th. Big Boi – “Mixtape For Dummies: Guide To Global Greatness” (Mixtape)
Mick Boogie mashes Rick Ross and Big Boi tracks for this special mixtape in preparation for the two biggest southern LP’s of the summer, Ricky’s Teflon Don and Big Boi’s Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty. TRACKLIST: 1. Mick Boogie – Intro 2. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Return Of The G [cont.]
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