Outkast is everlasting and so is their music. This past Monday, the duo’s SpeakerBoxxx/The Love Below turned 10 years old. Yeah. we’re getting old. Big Boi talked to MTV about their diamond seller and label’s reluctance to lead with “Hey Ya”.
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Starting off with her 3 Stacks impression, Janelle turns up the funk for the Dungeon Wondamix with Sir Lucious, Mr. Green and Solange. This is the Target bonus off her recent release, The Electric Lady.
Big Boi had to postpone his Shoes For Running Tour this summer after hurting his leg. But before his injury, here’s footage of how he and Killer Mike put it down on stage. Hey heartbreakers, Dangerous Lies And Vicious Rumors is available here.
Sir Lucious Left Foot hurt his, well, left knee, at a show last month. But despite his injury, he isn’t slowing down. In fact, here’s his new video for his Sleepy Brown collaboration off Dangerous Lies & Vicious Rumors. We like the way you move, Daddy Fat Sax. Cop the album here.
Consisting of frequent collaborators Killer Mike and producer El-P, the duo is set to release their free album and taps Big Boi for their latest audio. Peep the making of the track above. info
Tough week for Oukast. Killer Mike broke the news that his tour mate Big Boi injured his knee yesterday on stage. Their Shoes for Running tour will resume in September. Meanwhile, Andre 3000’s mother Sharon Benjamin-Hodo, passed away on his birthday on Monday. Stay up, guys.
Students at the College of William & Mary got their money’s worth last night as General Patton’s Shoes For Running tour coincided with King Kendrick’s tour. For those who aren’t enrolled, here are a few fan clips from the evening.
Big Boi was up at the Red Bull Studios and performed Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors’
Army of TWO™ The Devil’s Cartel video game commissions Antwan and Bobby Ray to the battlefield for their theme song. It’s now available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. hhnm
Nancy Sinatra’s boots were made for walking, but Big Boi’s were made for the track. Starting next month, General Patton will be hitting the road on a 45 city tour. Killer Mike will also be on the undercard. Check out the dates below. rollingstone