Las Vegas’ highly anticipated second annual Life Is Beautiful festival will happen October 24-26, with the official line-up revealed today. Headlined by Kanye West, The Foo Fighters, Outkast, Artic Monkeys, and Skrillex, the complete line-up is as follows: Kanye West, Foo Fighters, OutKast, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex, Lionel Richie, The Flaming Lips, The Roots, Girl Talk, [cont.]
The biggest moments from this past weekend’s Coachella festival, including Outkast’s first reunion performance, Nas’ Illmatic set (with special guests Jay Z and Diddy), and Pharrell’s hat, which includes guest shots from Busta Rhymes, Diddy, Nelly, Snoop Dogg, and Gwen Stefani.
The artist formerly known as Mick Boogie returns with a special Outkast loosies mix for your listening pleasure. We’ll pass the mic to him: Greetings Earthling: Outkast, hands down, is one of my favorite groups of all time – in any genre of music. Their music set trends, defined a generation, and created a mood [cont.]
Andre 3000′s long-awaited Jimi Hendrix biopic, All Is By My Side, will finally hit theaters this August, according to IMDB. Take a look at the John Ridley directed clip below, which shows the first reveal of Mr. Benjamin playing Mr. Hendrix.
In spite of their upcoming tour together, Big Boi says that there is no new LP from Outkast currently in the works.
Big Boi’s collaboration with Little Dragon and Killer Mike gets a new reworking courtesy of Dungeoneze.
Coachella won’t be the only time that Big Boi and Andre 3000 will perform together this year, as the duo plans a 40-date international tour in celebration of their 20th anniversary together. The official press release reads as follows: Ingenious and iconic recording artists and performers, Antwan “Big Boi” Patton and André “3000″ Benjamin today [cont.]
Strong rumors suggest Outkast will reunite at this year’s Coachella fest, for the first time since their split in 2007, Billboard reports. While no official announcement has been made, Billboard says multiple sources have confirmed the rumor, suggesting that the performance would be the beginnings of a multi-show tour for the group. Reps for Outkast, [cont.]
Goodie Mob spit some bars with Schoolboy Q, then speak on the status of Andre 3000 and Outkast in the interview segment.
Well, the Outkast reunion might not be happening anytime soon, but Big Boi’s taking it upon himself to remix Andre 3000′s recent collabos with Frank Ocean and T.I. Here’s the Outkast remix of “Pink Matter”.
Big Boi aka Daddy Fat Sacks aka Sir Lucious Left Foot aka one half of the mighty OutKast stopped by the VICE offices to entertain all the good little girls and boys with Dr. Seuss’s Christmas time classic “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”
Big Boi sits in with The Breakfast Club. Although the interview gets off to an awkward start, Big Boi touches upon the usual topics – the lack of an Outkast reunion, the meaning behind his new album title, Future’s early career with The Dungeon Family, Janelle Monet’s next album, Ice-T & Coco, and more.
Big Boi introduces himself on Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors as one half of Outkast, and while he and Andre 3000 have taken different creative paths, Big Boi’s solo work is proving he is more than capable of holding his own. This is technically his second solo effort, a follow-up to 2010’s Sir Lucious Left-Foot, [cont.]
Out Da Box TV caught up with Big Boi (Of Outkast) for a brief interview. He speaks on his upcoming album entitled “Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors” and tells us how he continues to stay motivated and successful in the music business today. He says that he has “a vault full” of unreleased music in [cont.]
“Some days I feel like I’ll do it, some days I don’t. Some days I feel like I don’t need to, some days I feel like I want to do it before I die. So, I don’t know where to fall. I am just hoping one day I get that inspiration,” he said at an [cont.]
Andre 3000 spoke with Fuse about his new track with T.I., as well as the possibility of Outkast reuniting for another LP. He basically stated that a reunion is possible, but when it happens, you will hear it directly from them, not from….THE INTERNET.
Big Boi sits in with Sana G of Power 106, to speak on his new album, Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors. He says the album will feature guest appearances from ASAP Rocky, Ludacris, T.I., Little Dragon, Kelly Rowland, B.O.B. and more. No mention (yet) of Andre 3000….
VICIOUS LIES AND DANGEROUS RUMORS is Big Boi’s long-awaited follow-up to Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty, set for a release on December 11th. It’s the follow up to the first stand-alone solo album from the Outkast MC, released July 2010 on Purple Ribbon/Def Jam. The album spun off Big Boi’s first [cont.]
In a recent interview with Billboard, Big Boi updates fans on the status of Outkast, and also what happened to those two mysterious ‘Kast collabos that were to appear on Frank Ocean and T.I.’s albums. “Dre didnt want an Outkast Record Coming out on anybody else LP,” he said. “To give away a full OutKast [cont.]
Here’s a little exclusive for you. Manik and I remixed Outkast’s “SpottieOttieDopalicious” for the big room.
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