Big Boi’s back!
So fresh and so clean clean.
HBO, the American cable and satellite TV network behind the massively popular Game Of Thones series, have released a free mixtape called Catch The Throne, featuring tracks from the likes of Big Boi, Wale and Common, all using samples of music and dialogue from the show. Readers can stream and download the mixtape for free,
Rapper Big Boi, best known as one half of Atlanta hip-hop legends Outkast, has unveiled his latest cut, Mother of Dragons, the first taste of an HBO-presented mixtape dubbed Catch the Throne, which also features tracks from Common and Wale, inspired by the TV show Game of Thrones. Earlier today, the Wall Street Journal reported
Antwan “Big Boi” Patton, one half of legendary Atlanta hip-hop crew Outkast has quashed recent rumours that he and partner Andre “3000” Benjamin were working on a new album together. Back in November it was announced that the two would embark on a 40-date worldwide festival tour. “No, no, no. We’re just doing the tour
Amidst the announcement of their mammoth 40 music festival appearances this year, rumours of a new Outkast album have swarmed. While ex-manager Queen Latifah recently took back her claims that the pair were in the studio, another Outkast associate has speculated the duo will first release solo projects, before working on an Outkast comeback record.
After dominating the early part of the 00s with tunes like Hey Ya, we haven’t heard from Outkast in a mighty long time, but a new report claims Andre 3000 and Big Boi are set to end their hiatus for the 2014 installment of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. According to Billboard, the
Rapper Andre 3000 has issued a statement to Spin magazine over what were widely seen as new “collaborations” between him and fellow Outkast bandmate Big Boi. At the start of this year, we reported on how Big Boi and Andre 3000 both provided verses to a remix of Frank Ocean‘s track Pink Matter. FactMag also
For the first time since 2010, Big Boi and Andre 3000 have fused their hip hop stylings. The pair, who last appeared together on Big Boi’s solo effort Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty are set to feature forthcoming Frank Ocean track Pink Matter. I know what you’re thinking: ‘err, but I’ve
Pitchfork have reported that Outkast member Big Boi may be mixing up some music magic with sweet songstress Kate Bush. Big Boi, real name Antwan Patton, has long been a huge fan of Bush, as well-documented by Spin, and now after a couple of recent Twitter posts (embedded below) it seems that the able rapper’s
Former Outkast member Big Boi has set a date for his album Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumours – with One Trick Pony reporting the album will be out on November 13.
Rapper Big Boi has let loose on his Twitter recently, dropping a whole bunch of highly sort after hints on his new album.
OutKast rapper Big Boi, real name Antwan Patton, was arrested in Miami yesterday on charges of drugs possession, according to Miami-Dade County Corrections Department records. He was charged with illegal possession of controlled substances Viagra (no prescription), Ecstacy tablets, MDMA powder and possession of drug paraphernalia. Patton was on a cruise on the weekend when
News emerged recently that American indie icons Modest Mouse were in the process of making a new album, and that none other than Big Boi of OutKast was involved in its production, along with Grammy-award winning producer Chris Carmouche. Now, thanks to the folk at TwentyFourBit, it is possible to hear some of the new
Outkast’s Big Boi has revealed via twitter that he is working with Modest Mouse on their new untitled album which is yet to be officially announced. Some of the tweets he’s been posting on the social network site include: “Been camped out in the Lab with Modest Mouse all week, workin’ on the new mouse
One half of Grammy award winning hip hop duo Outkast, Big Boi has just announced an Australian tour at the end of winter, bringing a full live band as well as Mark Ronson collaborator and blog darling Theophilus London as main support. Following on from the release of Outkast’s movie and accompanying album Idlewild in