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Big Boi on That Long-Awaited Outkast Album: 'You've Gotta Talk to Jesus'

Daily Beast
In an hour, the Atlanta MC will take the stage, dazzling the crowd with a medley of solo and Outkast hits, from “Shutterbugg” to “ATLiens.” But right now, the 42-year-old hip-hop legend is lazing on the couch, donning comfy-looking rap armor: a ...

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Big Boi ranks America's best strip clubs

New York Post
Back in August of 1995, Atlanta's Outkast collected their Best New Artist award at the Source Awards in New York City to the sound of boos. “Even the presenters couldn't believe we won,” Big Boi tells The Post. At the time, the East Coast/West Coast ...

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OutKast rapper André 3000 is set to appear in a sci-fi movie about ...

HelloGiggles
It seems OutKast rapper André 3000 is looking to add to his acting credits. He'll appear in an upcoming sci-fi movie about space exploration.


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In Advance of His House of Blues Concert, Outkast's Big Boi Talks About His Latest Solo Effort

Cleveland Scene Weekly
If we've calculated correctly, next year, Outkast, the incredibly inventive hip-hop duo that formed in Atlanta in 1991, will be eligible for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The group's penultimate studio effort, 2003's double album ...

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