Big Boi takes his show on the road in Apple of My Eye, the latest single off his Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors album. After ordering a high-calorie meal courtesy of Epic Meal Time‘s Harley Morenstien, Big Boi catches up with Jake Troth and his band for a live jam session. Play your part and pickup Big Boi’s new album on iTunes. Enjoy.
Taking a break from promoting his sophomore album, Big Boi gets into the holiday spirit with our good friends at Noisey by reciting the full version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The Outkast member cracks open the book and gets cozy in a comfy chair as he reads the Dr. Seuss classic. At one point, Big Boi adds his touch to the story by rapping portions of it. You can purchase Big Boi’s Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors album on iTunes now. Enjoy.
Big Boi takes us into his dream in “Mama Told Me,” the lead single off his Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors album. The stylish clip pairs the Outkast member with songstress Kelly Rowland as they enter a surreal colorful fantasy land. Directed by Syndrome, enjoy the funky abstract visual in support of Big Boi’s LP due December 11th. Along with Kelly Rowland, the album features appearances from Ludacris, T.I., Kid Cudi, A$AP Rocky, Little Dragon, Jai Paul, Killer Mike and more. Purchase “Mama Told Me” on iTunes. Enjoy.
These days, when Andre 3000 shows up on a song, it feels like a bolt of lightning. In the history of hip-hop there are a lot of artists that could reasonably be called the greatest ever for different reasons—but Andre, due to some combination of his insane songwriting talent and penchant for reclusiveness, occupies a pretty unique place. We got on the phone with him and ended up speaking about what it means to get older in rap, his thoughts on nostalgia, and, of course, Outkast. [Read More]
While it doesn’t seem like we’ll get an OutKast album anytime soon, Andre 3000’s guest verse on the Converse’-commissioned Gorillaz song does a decent job of filling our thirst for the ATLiens music. A week after the song drop, comes visuals for DoYaThing. Enjoy.
Young Jeezy grabs two of the most well-regarded lyricists for his soul-drenched rap song, "I Do." OutKast member André 3000 and Jay-Z complete the rap trifecta as they metaphorically rhyme about their first love, cocaine.
While listening to the song, you might think the guys are talking about matrimony, but if you listen carefully, they’re recalling the first time they fell in love with Lady C, back when they were former street hustlers. TM103: Hustlerz Ambition in stores December 20th.
Back in August, Big Boi got caught in Miami with a pocket full of ecstasy and Viagra. He was arrested and faced a couple of felony charges, but HipHopDX is reporting that the rapper copped a pretty good plea deal.[Read More]
Rejoice! Outkast should be back in motion as a group very soon. According to The Hollywood Reporter, L.A. Reid has made some key signings to the Epic Records roster, including Ciara (who worked with him at LaFace Records), Karmin (known for her crazycovers) and Atlanta's own Future. [Read More]
First Big Sean, now Big Boi. As he was exiting a cruise ship in Miami-Dade County earlier today, the Outkast rapper was arrested for three counts of possession of a controlled substance. TMZ reports that he was busted by customs and border patrol dogs and charged with possession of ecstasy, MDMA powder, and Viagra. [Read More]