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  1. André Benjamin

    André Benjamin

    American rapper/singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/record producer/actor

  2. Aquemini

    Aquemini (1998)


    Aquemini is the third studio album by American hip hop duo OutKast, released on September 29, 1998 through LaFace Records. The title is a portmanteau of the two performers' Zodiac signs: Aquarius (Big Boi) and Gemini (André 3000), which is indicative of the album's recurring theme of the differing personalities of the two members. The group recorded the majority of the album in Bobby Brown's Bosstown Recording Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.

  3. Atliens

    Atliens (1996)


    ATLiens is the second studio album by American hip hop duo OutKast, released on August 27, 1996, by LaFace Records. The duo wanted to improve on their 1994 debut album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik and gain respect for their growing Southern hip hop scene. OutKast recorded ATLiens in sessions at several Atlanta studios—Bosstown Recording Studios, Doppler Recording Studios, PatchWerk Recording Studio, Purple Dragon Studios, and Studio LaCoCo—as well as Chung King Recording Studio and Sound On Sound Recording in New York City.

  4. ATLiens

    ATLiens (1996)


    "ATLiens" is the second single from hip-hop group OutKast's second studio album, ATLiens. It is a double A-Side single, alongside a further track from the album, Wheelz Of Steel. Both songs were written and produced by OutKast. The song appeared on the FOX series New York Undercover. The single peaked at #35 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  5. Big Boi

    Big Boi

    American rapper

  6. Big Boi & Dre Present... Outkast

    Big Boi & Dre Present... Outkast (2001)


    Big Boi and Dre Present...OutKast is the first OutKast greatest hits album, released on Arista Records in 2001. The compilation consists of five tracks from Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, one from ATLiens, and three each from the break-out albums Aquemini and Stankonia. There are three new tracks: "The Whole World", featuring Killer Mike, "Movin' Cool (The After Party)" featuring Joi, and "Funkin' Around". In addition, "Ain't No Thang", "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik", "Aquemini", "Git Up Get Out", "Ms. Jackson", "Rosa Parks", "SpottieOttieDopaliscious", and "Bombs Over Baghdad" differ from the album versions. It also omits some songs which were released as singles, notably all but one from ATLiens. However, the title track from the album is mentioned as being included on this compilation in the essay contained in the booklet, but is not actually included. It is assumed it was dropped at a late stage of the compilation's production.

  7. Bryan Barber

    Bryan Barber

    American music video director

  8. Class of 3000

    Class of 3000 (2006)


    Class of 3000 is an American animated television series created by André 3000 (best known as a member of the hip hop duo OutKast) for Cartoon Network. The series follows superstar and music teacher Sunny Bridges (voiced by 3000), who teaches a group of students at Atlanta, Georgia's Westley School of Performing Arts. Bridges is a jazz and blues artist who occasionally lectures in Atlanta's Little Five Points residential area.

  9. Da Art of Storytellin

    Da Art of Storytellin


    "Da Art of Storytellin' (Pt. 1)" is the third and final single to be released from hip-hop duo OutKast's third studio album, Aquemini. It was released as a single in 1999, but failed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, although it managed to peak at #67 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Only the single version of the song features Slick Rick, with his verse completely cut from the album version. This song is not to be confused with Slick Rick's album, The Art of Storytelling. This song was sampled in J. Cole's song, "LAnd of the Snakes" from his album, Born Sinner.

  10. Dungeon Family

    Dungeon Family


    The Dungeon Family is a hip hop/R&B/soul musical collective, based in Atlanta, Georgia and specializing in Southern hip hop with heavy funk and soul influences. The group derives its name from "The Dungeon", the name given to record producer Rico Wade's basement studio where many of the early members of the collective did their first recordings. Rico Wade, Ray Murray, and Sleepy Brown constitute the production/songwriting team Organized Noize, who have produced hits for the main popular Dungeon Family groups Outkast and Goodie Mob.

  11. Elevators

    Elevators (2006)


    "Elevators (Me & You)" is the first single from hip-Hop group OutKast's second studio album, ATLiens. It peaked at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100, being OutKast's biggest hit on the chart until the release of "Ms. Jackson" in 2000. The single also peaked at #1 on the US Hot Rap Tracks chart. It was later featured on their compilation Big Boi and Dre Present... OutKast. R&B singer Kandi Burruss sought out the song "Me & U" from her 2010 Kandi Koated CD.

  12. Git Up, Git out

    Git Up, Git out (2001)


    "Git Up, Git Out" is the third single from hip-hop duo OutKast's debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. The song is a conscious Southern story-rap about the dangers of giving into circumstances and not doing anything with one's life. The song features Cee-Lo and Big Gipp of Goodie Mob. This was the second song that any of Goodie Mob's members were heard in, the first being "Call Of Da Wild". Git Up, Git Out was produced by the Dungeon Family's own Organized Noize. The track is also featured in the 2006 film ATL.

  13. Hey Ya

    Hey Ya (2003)


    "Hey Ya!" is a song written and produced by André 3000 for his 2003 album The Love Below, part of the hip hop duo OutKast's double album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. "Hey Ya!" takes influence from funk and rock music. Its music video features a live performance by a band, all eight of whose members are played by André 3000, that mimicks the Beatles' 1964 performance on The Ed Sullivan Show. The song received praise from contemporary music critics, and won the award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance at the 46th Grammy Awards.

  14. Hollywood Divorce

    Hollywood Divorce (2006)


    "Hollywood Divorce" is the fourth single to be released from OutKast's sixth studio album, Idlewild. The song features rappers Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg on guest vocals. It is only one of three songs from the album that both members of OutKast appear on, the other two being "Mighty 'O'" and "PJ & Rooster". The single was released in November 2006, and peaked at #120 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

  15. Idlewild

    Idlewild (2006)


    Idlewild is an American musical film, released August 25, 2006, written and directed by Bryan Barber. The film stars André 3000 and Big Boi of the hip hop duo OutKast, and Idlewild features musical numbers written, produced, and chiefly performed by OutKast. Idlewild contrasts OutKast's hip-hop/funk/soul sound against a story based on a juke joint in the fictional Depression-era town of Idlewild, Georgia in 1935.

  16. Idlewild

    Idlewild (2006)


    Idlewild is the sixth studio album by American hip hop duo OutKast, released August 22, 2006 on LaFace Records. It also serves as the soundtrack album to the duo's musical film of the same name, released by Universal Pictures in August 2006. Containing themes relating to the music industry, the album also features songs not included in the film and incorporates blues, R&B, jazz, and soul musical elements.

  17. Idlewild Blue

    Idlewild Blue


    "Idlewild Blue (Don'tchu Worry 'Bout Me)" is the third single released from hip-hop duo OutKast's sixth studio album, Idlewild, and the first from the album that is sung by André 3000. Andre also plays the guitar for the song, using the standard 12-bar blues. The song tells the story of a character wishing to gain his independence by leaving the familiarity of his family, friends and town. The video shows Andre playing in an old house during a thunder storm, with people dancing around him. The building slowly fills with rain water, and by the end of the video, everything in the house is underwater. Because of the proximity in which the video was filmed, some viewers interpret the video to be a visual allusion to the New Orleans flooding following Hurricane Katrina, while others think the water represents the "blues" that can flood over someone's life. The end of the video features a text that reads, "Dedicated to all those tryin' to stay afloat."

  18. International Players Anthem

    International Players Anthem


    "International Player's Anthem (I Choose You)" is a single by UGK on their album Underground Kingz, featuring OutKast.

  19. Jazzy Belle

    Jazzy Belle (1996)


    "Jazzy Belle" is the third and last single from hip-hop group OutKast's second studio album, ATLiens. It was released as a remix single and it peaked at #52 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is the only single from the album ATLiens to be produced by Organized Noize, the other two singles being produced by OutKast themselves. The rapper Tupac Shakur is mentioned in Verse Two by Big Boi. According to American rapper Ludacris he tried to sneak in the music video for the song but he was escorted. Kenneth Babyface Edmonds provides back-up vocals on the Swift C's Remix.

  20. Land of a Million Drums

    Land of a Million Drums


    "Land of a Million Drums" is the first single and only non-album single to be released by hip-hop duo, OutKast. The song featured on the soundtrack of the first Scooby Doo live action film.

  21. Mighty "O"

    Mighty "O" (2006)


    "Mighty 'O'" (also written "Mighty "O"", and without apostrophes around the O, as "Mighty O") is the first single released from OutKast's sixth studio album, Idlewild. The single was only released in the United States, and is one of only three songs from the album in which both members of OutKast appear together. The other two are "Hollywood Divorce" and "PJ & Rooster". The single peaked at number 77 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song contains a prominent sample of Cab Calloway's "Minnie the Moocher", written by Calloway, Clarence Gaskill and Irving Mills.

  22. Morris Brown

    Morris Brown (2006)


    "Morris Brown" is the second single to be released from OutKast's sixth studio album, Idlewild. The song features guest vocals from Scar and Sleepy Brown. It is named after Morris Brown College and features the Morris Brown College Marching Wolverines. André 3000 produced the song, but did not appear on the track. The song was produced during the recording of the Stankonia tracks, but was not released. The single peaked at #43 in the UK, and peaked at #95 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

  23. Ms. Jackson

    Ms. Jackson (2000)


    "Ms. Jackson" is a song by OutKast and the second single from their fourth album Stankonia. It topped the U.S. charts for the week of February 17, 2001, and won a 2002 Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. It also reached number one in Germany and number two in the United Kingdom, held from the top spot by Atomic Kitten's "Whole Again". In October 2011, NME placed it at number 81 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years".

  24. Outkast



    Outkast (stylized as OutKast) is an American hip hop duo formed in 1992, in East Point, Atlanta, Georgia, composed of Atlanta-based rappers André "André 3000" Benjamin (formerly known as Dré) and Antwan "Big Boi" Patton. They were originally known as Two Shades Deep but later changed the group's name to OutKast. The group's original musical style was a mixture of Dirty South and G-funk. Subsequently however, funk, soul, rock, electronic music, spoken word poetry, jazz and blues elements have been added to the group's musical palette.

  25. Player's Ball

    Player's Ball (2003)


    "Player's Ball" is the debut single from hip hop artists Outkast. The single was released in 1993, and is taken from the group's debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. The song itself discusses the nature of living in the South of the United States, and growing up within a hip hop culture. The title refers to a traditional gathering of pimps in Chicago. The song is referenced twice within other songs by the band, including the final track on the debut album, and a later single, "Elevators (Me & You)". The song peaked at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the highest charting single from the group's debut album.

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