Well looks like Tip is going to make me eat my words from that earlier post, as this single off his new album Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head is got damn incredible. Jazzy Phae of all people provides the tinkling pianos and the ridiculous bass drops for Tip to straight go in for two long ass verses. That’s not even mentioning Andre 3000, who needs to stop bullshucking and go on ahead and drop that album that you everyone has been waiting on. Wow if you listen closely to the verse there might be potential of an Outkast reunion? Gawd please.
Oh you didn’t catch Big Boi on this week’s Combat Jack show? Well what are you waiting for my friend?
In preparation for his upcoming Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, Big Boi got ready for combat, reflecting on getting boo’d in NYC at the Source Awards, the difference between creating an album with 3 Stacks and going dolo, the time someone passed him some laced weed and why he no longer freestyles on radio shows. We also get a surprise call from Gunplay as he luxuriates on his term of house arrest.
One of my all time favorite rappers joined us on the show last night and I didn’t manage to stan out too much. Download the music mixes from the show as separate files below. Boi stop.
Props to Combat Jack
I have no clue who Tame Impala is but anytime I see anything dealing with working with Outkast or the possibility of a new Outkast album I have to check it out. Yes I know I’m a feen and yes I’ve been seeing a doctor about it. Listening to the sound of the songs that are played in these clips is making me go run over to iTunes to check them out though, so see my addiction to the Kast is paying off somehow.
Heard this on Pandora Radio the other day while at work and decided to start off the morn with it, as it’s one of my fave Outkast songs of all time, not to mention I LOVED the video coming up as a young’n. Must’ve been the puppets lol. Hope everyone has a great and productive day.
Hip-hop legends Outkast and UGK helped put two cities listed on the map
The South’s dominance in hip-hop began in 1998 with Master P releasing “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!” as his third single from the Ghetto D album featuring Fiend, Silkk The Shocker, Mia X, and Mystikal on January 13.
The next month the boss of No Limit’s little brother Silkk the Shocker dropped his second album Charge It 2 da Game with a hit single of his own featuring Mystikal titled “It Ain’t My Fault.” Later in the year Outkast released their classic Aquemini, Goodie Mob didn’t disappoint with their sophomore album Still Standing, The Neptunes became stars for producing N.O.R.E.’s “Superthug” and Mase’s “Lookin’ at Me” and Cash Money was put on the map after Juvenile released 400 Degreez. Since then, instead of artists or labels looking to New York for the next movement, all eyes are on what comes from the third coast. We’re all aware of the boroughs of where the legends of The Empire State came from and also of Los Angeles but which cities in the South have been the most influential?
It’z Friday, it’s Urban Noize, Remix-Mastering the South’s Classic duo, @TheRealAndre_3k & @BigBoi. Enjoy!
So here’s the latest joint we had in the vault for awhile & been waiting to drop. & I figure now is the best time to do that since Andre is about to be featured on a record which comes out thursday. Anyway sound wise, this one is reminiscent of Outkast’s previous sound off of Speakerboxxx / The Love Below. & Definitely one of our best. Enjoy ! – Steven Francilus
The 3 Stacks they spoke on right here; featured by the GoRillaz. You know PDS got’cha.