Big Boi is bringing a once in a lifetime experience to Outkast fans. He is listing The Dungeon as an Airbnb property.
OutKast’s indelible influence on the culture continues to shines through years after their historic run. Two NBA ballers recent paid homage to the ATLiens and Daddy Fat Sacks is here for it.
If you’re riding around this Saturday and you happen to see a bunch of people standing in line outside of that record store that you rarely go in, do not be alarmed, it’s not a “Going Out Of Business” sale, it is the eighth annual celebration of Record Store Day.
If you are age 25 or younger, you probably don’t realize that at one time CeeLo Green was one of best MC’s in the world. Yes, the guy who once wore a suit made out of flowers and sang in it on national television could go bar-for-bar with any rapper out there.
Big Boi appeared on ESPN’s The Dan LeBatard Show yesterday, November 5, to make his selections for Week 9 play of the 2015 NFL season when the topic switched over to performing at sporting events.
Big Boi, like the rest of, had a hearty laugh after watching Key & Peele’s recent Outkast skit, which depicted a frustrated Daddy Fat Sacks being annoyed by his partner’s whimsical antics in an Atlanta coffee shop.
Outkast hasn’t really been part of the music conversation lately, despite the consistent studio work from Big Boi since the Atlanta duo’s Idlewild album in 2006. With the success of N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton, could a movie delving into the background of Outkast enjoy the same kind of success?
Even though Key & Peele are hanging up their comedic cleats at the end of the season, it would best for all parties involved if they kept servicing Hip-Hop skits from time to time.
Classic albums are worth celebrating and Jeezy put on a grandiose performance to celebrate the tenth anniversary of his major label debut, TM101.
While Geraldo Rivera continues to attempt to paint Hip-Hop as an offset of white supremacy, the President of the United States severely begs to differ.