Although Halloween is over, it would be remiss of us not to show you some of the rappers and singers who went all out with their creative costumes. Whether it’s wearing a wig and beard, a thrilling wolf mask or recreating a legendary look, these stars killed it with their outfits.
The video of Walter Scott being gunned down by a South Carolina police officer has shocked the hip-hop and R&B community, with many sounding off on social media and reigniting the conversation of the ongoing problem of police using deadly force on black males -- both young and old.
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An OutKast reunion is good enough news, but word of anything Andre 3000 and Big Boi-related always leads to speculation of new material. Unfortunately the latter is crushing fans' hopes of a new album from the rap duo.
OutKast made Atlanta and hip-hop proud by winning three trophies at the 2004 Grammy Awards including the coveted Album of the Year Award honor for their classic album 'Speakerboxxx/The Love Below.' In a special segment for Billboard, Big Boi recalls their historic moment and what it meant to himself and Andre 3000.
OutKast reuniting is undoubtedly one of the young year's biggest stories. Fans will have to wait a while for it to happen, because the duo's first performance won't be until April at the Coachella Music Festival. The wait should be worth it according to an interview Big Boi did with Revolt TV.
On Sept., 23, 2003, OutKast released their classic hip-hop double album, 'Speakerboxx/The Love Below.' This effort was a landmark achievement for the Atlanta duo and cemented them as one of the best rap duos of all-time.
President Barack Obama may have won his reelection, but not because of Big Boi. The OutKast rapper reveals in a new interview that he voted for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and not rapper favorite Barack.
Big Boi walks the streets of Atlanta in style for his latest visual, 'In the A,' a track featured on his recently released opus 'Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors.'
Flaunting a fur coat and gold medallion, the OutKast member sets on his rhyming trek and brings fellow ATLiens T...
If you haven't copped Big Boi's excellent 'Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors' album, then what are you waiting for? One of the LP's standout tracks is 'Lines,' which features A$AP Rocky and Phantogram. Big Boi released a live music video for the song, and it's awesome.
He might be an internationally known solo artist now, but OutKast's Big Boi is still an Atlanta native at heart -- and judging from his latest single, the hometown anthem 'In the A,' he still really likes big brass sections, too.
What message do we have for fans hoping for an Outkast reunion album in the near future? Don’t hold your breath. Andre 3000 seems to be focusing on non-music ventures while Big Boi continues to do his solo thing. The track listing for his upcoming solo album, “Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors,” didn’t list any Andre collaborations. According to Big Boi, the ball was in 3000’s court.
Rapper Big Boi is not afraid to step out of his comfort zone when it comes to creating unique collaborative songs. The Atlanta rhyme-slinger comes through with a funky duet called 'Lines' featuring swag rapper A$AP Rocky and electro-pop band Phantogram.