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Noisey News

Andre 3000 Releases Two New Songs in Honor of His Mother

On both tracks, “Me&My (To Bury Your Parents)” and the 17-minute “Look Ma No Hands,” the rapper plays bass clarinet.
Noisey Staff
5.14.18
Photos

No One Sees Rap Like Photographer Brian Cross

See photos from 'Ghost Notes: Music of the Unplayed,' featuring Outkast, Kendrick Lamar, DJ Quik, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and more.
Max Bell
1.22.18
Noisey News

Andre 3000 Says We Will Find "Hours and Hours" of Music When He Dies

The rap icon talks about mortality, loneliness, parenting, and more in a new interview.
Lawrence Burney
10.31.17
brief histories

A Brief History of Artists Rapping About Poop

A lot of rappers talk about "dropping shit," but not all of them mean it literally. Join us as we analyse the ones who do, from Big Boi to Biggie.
Phillip Mlynar
9.4.17
Noisey News

André 3000 Says He's Totally Fine If Outkast Never Do Another Album

He made the comments in a new interview with Complex.
Lauren O'Neill
8.2.17
Internet Exploring

I Laughed at the 'Rockabye Baby' Albums Until I Had a Newborn

So, in order to expand my son’s musical palette and prepare him for a world packed with wonderful tunes, we played through the series.
Jeremy Allen
7.20.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch the TV Debut of Big Boi's "Mic Jack"

The Atlanta legend performed his new track on 'Fallon' last night.
Lawrence Burney
4.26.17
Quests

I Washed My Dog with Big Boi from Outkast’s Dog Shampoo

$14.99 for a 10 ounce bottle may seem expensive, but this shit comes with the guy who closes “Int’l Players Anthem” on the bottle.
Andrew Winistorfer
11.24.16
Features

Outkast Could Be Returning With a Gucci Mane Collaboration

Return of the G, indeed.
Noisey Staff
9.6.16
Holy Shit

Please Andre 3000, I'm Begging You to Release a Solo Album

If a tweet from Chris Rock is to be believed, 3 Stacks might finally be on his way to save hip-hop from the gutter-end of Soundcloud wave rap with his consummate verse structures.
Ryan Bassil
4.8.16
Features

Don't Sleep on 808INK, The UK Rap Crew Who Are Fiercer Than Odd Future

The three-piece aren’t grime, they don't make stereotypical UK hip hop, and they don't sound American. But they are the most exciting rap crew to emerge from Britain in some time.
Ryan Bassil
3.3.16
Interviews

Mr. President: A Conversation with LA Reid

We sit down to talk with the record executive who signed artists like TLC, Outkast, Usher, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna about his new book 'Sing To Me'
Kyle Kramer
2.4.16
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