In a couple recent interviews, Big Boi gets “Intimate” with FUSE (shown above), gives advice to new artists, shares his thoughts on a possible reunion with Andre 3000, addresses gun laws, explains why he didn’t vote for Barack Obama and more.
In a couple recent interviews, Big Boi gets “Intimate” with FUSE (shown above), gives advice to new artists, shares his thoughts on a possible reunion with Andre 3000, addresses gun laws, explains why he didn’t vote for Barack Obama and more.CONTINUE READING
As we heard about before, Big Boi joins Andre 3000 on the remix to Frank Ocean’s “Pink Matter.” Now can we get a proper Outkast reunion this year? UPDATE: Added official artwork.
While I feel eskay’s sentiments on the Falcons (I’ve hated them since one Jamal Sharif Anderson decided to do that idiotic Dirty Bird dance across my timeline many moons ago), I also hate every team not named the Philadelphia Iggles. So, my thoughts are more in tune with this doofy actually. Anyways, Daddy Fat Sax hit the home of Skip Bayless to wax poetic justice on his home team.
Big Boi performed one from his newly released Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors album on the Late Show with David Letterman. Big Boi is set to appear on the official Outkast remix of Frank Ocean’s “Pink Matter” along side André 3000 from his channelORANGE album.
3 Stacks appeared on the original version of “Pink Matter” off Channel ORANGE. Well, a few days ago Big Boi took to his Tumblr to let the fans know he’s also dropping a verse on a new version of “Pink Matter” and confirmed it on Twitter. Outkast fans can finally rejoice, as this will be the closest to an Outkast reunion as we’ll get until the two decide to get back in the lab and bang out some new shit. SHAKE UPDATE: Just as he said below, Big Boi will also be adding some vocals to T.I.’s “I’m Sorry” as well. Dope!
— Big Boi (@BigBoi) January 2, 2013
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Big Boi takes us through the streets of the “A” along with two familiar A-Town natives for his Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors visual.
Big Boi releases an official live performance music video to his collaboration with A$AP Rocky and Phantogram from his newly released album, Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors, out now.
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Another day, another review. Yesterday, the dopeboyz/girlz didn’t seem to enjoy Wiz Khalifa’s O.N.I.F.C. that much. I on the other hand, have enjoyed it quite a lot since it’s release. But that’s neither here nor there as it’s time for y’all to share your thoughts on Sir Lucious Left Foot’s latest solo offering, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors (which sold 30k in it’s first week).
Big Boi drops off a clip full of tour footage across the nation.
Daddy Fat Sax recited “How The Grinch Stole Christmas.” It’s okay, but Sean Price’s version though…
ATL’s finest Big Boi, T.I., and Ludacris join forces for the making of their latest collabo off the Outkast rapper’s Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors album available now.