|Sat, April 12, 2014 at 4:10 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
On New Years Day 2014 one of my friends wrote on Facebook "All I want this year is to see Outkast perform live!" Starting in November 2013 there were rumors that duo was getting back together in the new year specifically for Coachella. Sleepy Brown even posted something on Instagram hinting to the reunion, and soon after removed the update from his page.
Then a week into the new year it was official. Big Boi & Andre 3000 would not only be getting back together to celebrate their 20 year anniversary with a show at Coachella, they would also be doing a string of festivals this summer around the country. This is every true Outkast's fan dream come true right? I mean it's only been 7 years, which has felt like a decade in the fast pace landscape of life these days.
Well for those couldn't make it to California for Coachella, including myself, thanks to the good ole Internet you could of watched the live stream last night online, OR... You can watch the full show below.
Outkast will be playing in Georgia at the Counterpoint Festival during the weekend of April 25-27. There is also rumor going around about them playing at the Mad Decent Block Party in ATL this summer, which I've heard from a reputable source is false. As of now they will only be appearing on the Denver, Colorado date in August.
Alright... enough text, below is what you really want to see, so check it out. Am I the only one that finds it odd Dre is walking around with a corded microphone? Other than bad sound, there's nothing more restricting to artists performance on a large stage than a cordless mic. And seems like the stage lighting was very dark throughout their set. Let me know what you think of the set. Do you have tickets booked to see Outkast this summer?
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|Tue, April 08, 2014 at 10:01 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
My Krazy Life is the debut album by rapper YG. After announcing that Young Jeezy would executive produce the album, he revealed that the album would also be released by CTE World. It has feature guest appearances from Drake, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla Sign, Jay Rock, Schoolboy Q, Young Jeezy, Meek Mill, TeeFlii and Rich Homie Quan, among others. Check out what we had to say and as always leave your comments regarding your thoughts on the album.
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