André 3000 has garnered a reputation in recent years for popping up in random cities, sometimes while playing a flute, and always living his best life. All that to say, 3 Stacks is a perfect selection to be featured in the latest campaign from Supreme.


Fab already took an L to the Verzuz MVP, Jadakiss. Could the Brooklyn rapper take another "L" and still maintain his reputation as one of the best lyricists the rap game has ever seen?


Drake dipped into his petty bag and "leaked" a Kanye West song called "Life of the Party" that features a standout lyricism from Andre 3000. Speculation about why the song wasn't on Donda and debate over the bars aimed at Drake on Ye's verse soon started running rampant, but 3 Stacks himself has shed all the light on what went down.

One thing that has fans buzzing is West sharing a snippet of an Andre 3000 verse over a track he produced, and fans say that Drake's Sound 42 station on SiriusXM leaked a studio version of the track on its broadcast.

On Monday (Nov 23) as a part of the "Musicians on Musicians" segment for Rolling Stone, Badu sat down with Summer Walker and discussed the beginning of her relationship with 3 Stacks, revealing that when the two first became an item, it was fueled mostly by the physical attraction before noting that the two became close friends while raising their son. 

Even though he is very removed from the Hip-Hop world André 3000 is still very much in high demand. He was seen out on the town and the internet was here for it.

Chris Rock decided to dig in his vault to drop some unreleased material that is both relevant. On Monday (Jul 21), Chris Rock took to Instagram to share an unreleased 2003 parody video where he transposed his face on Andre 3000's body for 3 Stacks iconic "Hey Ya" video. Rock's version takes a serious but hilariously presented look at race, calling out social injustices at the time that are ironically still an issue today.

Even though the Rap world could really use some verses from André 3000 he is stepping up another way. He is making some of his most moving quotables into wearables.

André 3000 has remained one of Hip-Hop’s revered lyricists and each scant appearance he’s made over the years is nothing short of an event. If those fans are hoping for new music in the near future, it appears that Three Stacks isn’t giving his focus to that part of his artistry at the moment.

Yesterday (Sept. 18), as goes every six months or so, word was that Andre 3000 had enough music for a new album, with Dr. Dre no less. However, in a recent interview, 3 Stacks’ OutKast partner Big Boi put the kibosh on that noise.

Outkast fans, rejoice! It appears that legendary lyricist and original ATLien Andre 3000 may be finally releasing a new album.

YesJulz invited an avalanche of slander after bigging up EarthGang, and rightfully so, but throwing Big Boi under the bus in the process. After getting corrected by the Internet for saying the Dreamville crew is like Outkast “with two Andres,” the more active half of the famed Atlanta duo brushed off the slander as cool […]