Outkast is going to make 2014 a year to remember and cherish for rap/hip-hop heads.
The amazing Outkast is back together and ready for a big reunion at Coachella 2014. Read on for details.
Calling all space cadets: what we have here is very necessary for your 4:20 buzz with an hour of songs celebrating Mary Jane. Dr. Dre, Pharcyde, Snoop Dogg, Afroman, D’Angelo, Method Man, Cypress Hill, Digable Planets and more funk for your trunk.
James Blake spins a fantastically eclectic mix for BBC’s Radio 1 Essential Mix, blending dubstep, R&B and hip-hop with some classical favorites and even debuting some new tunes of his own. Two hours of awesome.
Sparkle Bomb gives you a dance-tastic 100+ minute mix featuring Nightmares On Wax, De La Soul, Outkast, Spank Rock, Lady Sovereign, Common, Jamiroquai, Simian Mobile Disco, Cut Copy, Justice, Hot Chip, and Peaches.
Big Boi and the ever-funkadelic George Clinton roll one “For Your Sorrows”. From 2010’s fantastic Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty.
Illinoize is a free mixtape put together by Vancouver-based producer Tor, sampling songs from multi-instrumentalist and indie superhero, Sufjan Stevens and beautifully mixing them with tracks from hip-hop MC’s Big Daddy Kane, C.L. Smooth, Outkast, Brother Ali, and Grand Puba. Its one of the coolest pieces of hip-hop production you’ll hear.
One half of Outkast, Antwan André Patton, aka Big Boi, aka Sir Lucious Left Foot’s latest video from the fantastic Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty. A slick video with a technicolor caddy, a muppet band, and ladies with the thickness – its all here. You already own this album, right?
Feast your eyes on “Tightrope,” the debut video from Janelle Monae’s eagerly anticipated upcoming album The ArchAndroid.
The 00s were a strange decade for hip-hop, as it officially took its place as the most popular musical genre in the world.
There’s nothing quite like the influence of hard drugs to foster an aura of mysticism and meaning around music; for example, everything the Doors ever recorded.