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The news of the Outkast reunion just keeps getting bigger and better. Not only are André 3000 and Big Boi headlining the very first night of Coachella, they’re also releasing a brand spankin’ new album and doing a year’s worth of shows.

For those patient fans who have yearned to see their Stankonia summer days revisited, there is no need to speculate any further. Goodie Mob member Big Gipp sat down with REVOLT TV and spilled the beans, saying that the Dungeon Family will definitely be on the stage with Outkast this year, mainly in Atlanta.

“Of course, Goodie Mob will be performing [with them] in Atlanta,” he said with sly grin. “Atlanta yes? Of course. All of us are coming.”

Ironically, his own Dungeon Family tree extension, Goodie Mob reunited for a new project after more than a decade on ice. They dove headfirst into a national tour shortly after its release for a promotional effort.

Which means they’re all warmed up and ready to give the people a concert experience that’s long overdue. “If you never see me do ‘Black Ice’ with Outkast; if you never saw Goodie Mob do ‘Thought Process’ with Dré 3000; if you never saw all of us do ‘Watch for The Hook’ with Cool Breeze, you’ll get an opportunity to see it this year,” the Atlanta native continued.

Naturally there are some haters out there but if there is no peanut gallery, you’re not doing something right. What songs do you want to see the Dungeon Family perform on stage?

Let us know in the comment section after you watch the video below.

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