Big Boi announced on Twitter this weekend that his new album, Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors will hit stores November 13th, 2012.
Big Boi announced via Twitter this weekend that his next album will be called Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors. No word on when V.L.A.D.R. will be released, but he revealed that he has a collaboration with Big K.R.I.T. and UGK recorded. After that, reportedly an Andre 3000 solo album will drop.
In a recent interview with GQ, Andre 3000 spoke on the prospect of an Outkast reunion LP. “There’s been a lot of talk on the Internet about an OutKast album and I have to say that as of now, there are no plans for another OutKast album. There’s a lot of music on the horizon. [cont.]
André 3000 Benjamin – one of Gillette’s Masters of Style – talks about what style means to him.
In celebration of Crown Royal Black’s partnership with Big Boi, cameras went behind the scenes to document Big Boi during his tour in Europe to capture moments of his life and career that showcase his definition of “The Crown Life.” The short film lets audiences into Big Boi’s life as he performed at Glastonbury in [cont.]
In part 1 of this interview with Nick Huff Barili, XV explains why Andre 3000 of Outkast is his favorite rapper and then spits lines from favorite verse from Return of the G. XV also weighs in on the classic debate that most Outkast fans have over which album they think is Outkast’s best work: [cont.]
Killer Mike interview on Invasion Radio from 3 Little Digs on Vimeo. Killer Mike stops by Invasion Radio and talks Pl3dge, middle class America, TI’s release and the return of Outkast.
Rapper, songwriter, and producer Big Boi has partnered with Crown Royal to develop unique content and put his own spin on the iconic Crown Royal bag. Cameras went behind the scenes to document Big Boi in compelling moments of his life and career that showcase his definition of “The Crown Life.” The short film will [cont.]
Late edition from the Sir Luscious Leftfoot: The Son Of Chico Dusty LP.
From HardKnock.TV: Part 3 of our exclusive in-depth interview with Yelawolf, where he talks to Nick Huff Barili about growing up an Ouktast fan and what it was like to collaborate with Big Boi on a cut produced by Andre 3000 (Aint No DJ Off Big Boi’s Sir Lucious Left Foot). For those that might [cont.]
The URBAN NOMAD goes backstage of Club Nokia to sit with Grammy nominee, Big Boi for another LA Weekly exclusive. Big Boi talks about his newly released solo album, “Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty” and how he changes his rhyme patterns and styles to never sound the same. Big Boi also [cont.]
1/2 of Outkast speaks on his next LP, Daddy Fat Sax, and whether or not Andre 3000 will appear on the record. He also mentions collaborations with Raekwon and Janelle Monae slated for the LP.
Alex Chapman tells us: Ever since Outkast’s birth, it’s been known that Big Boi (one 1/2 of the legendary hip-hop group, the other half being Andre 3000…duh) is far from the typical rapper. With a career that spans about two decades, the Atlanta native released one of the best albums of the year, had some [cont.]
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
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.]
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.]
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