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Why You Shouldn’t Expect an Andre 3000 Feature on Big Boi’s New Album

Earlier today, OutKast rapper Big Boi announced his third solo album, Boomiverse. The album is set to include guests like Killer Mike, Jeezy, and Maroon 5’s Adam Levine, all of whom are included on singles releasing tomorrow. However, there is one feature fans shouldn’t get their hopes up for: Andre 3000. While Big Boi’s first two solo albums were met with critical acclaim.… Read more →

Big Boi Completes Third Solo Album

It’s been nearly five years since we’ve seen a proper solo album from Big Boi, his last offering in late 2012 with the wonderfully eclectic Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. However, the OutKast member did also come through with an experimental collaborative EP with frequent collaborators Phantogram, aptly titled Big Grams, which was released in 2015 (one of our favourite projects of that year)… Read more →

Gucci Mane Reveals Upcoming OutKast Collaboration

Gucci Mane has been keeping it consistent since his release from prison this May. Aside from dropping Everybody Looking, one of the best albums in the rapper’s catalog, LaFlare has also guested on a number of stellar collaborations, including DJ Khaled’s “Work For It”, Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles”, and perhaps most notably, Kanye West’s “Champions”. Today on Snapchat, Gucci Mane revealed that… Read more →

Wavvy Wednesday Vol. 20

Redwood Reemerges Somberly with “Banning” Redwood has certainly come a long way musically within the past year. First featured on our site under the name “The Hungry Poet” last April (although the song is no long available), the singer/songwriter has since changed his name, moved to California, and has only gotten better with time, improving his sound and lyrics along the journey.… Read more →

Organized Noize Documentary to Premiere at SXSW

Dungeon Family, what it do! Every year, SXSW never ceases to serve as one of North America’s most exciting festivals. Although largely highlighted for its unique, spontaneous at times concert experiences, many seem to forget that the Austin festival is also a hot spot for some of hottest film premieres. Spanning nine days (March 11-20), the SXSW Film Festival has been… Read more →

Big Grams EP Giveaway

September 2015 was definitely an exciting time for music. The month saw fantastic new releases from some of our favourite artists such as Mac Miller, Lana Del Rey, Disclosure and even the Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards. But perhaps the greatest (and most slept on) of September releases was Big Grams, the new EP by the new trio consisting of OutKast’s Big Boi… Read more →

Big Grams Perform at LA Pop-Up Shop

“Cooler than a polar bear’s toenails!” With one of the best projects of 2015 out in stores and the cover of the upcoming issue of FLOOD Magazine, it seemed like a fairly good time for Big Grams (the collaborative effort between Big Boi and Phantogram) to be celebrating…and that is exactly what they did! Thursday night, the trio surprised fans… Read more →

Wavvy Wednesday Vol. 15

Big Grams Go Back and Fourth on “Goldmine Junkie” Big Grams, the collaborative effort between Big Boi and Phantogram is definitely our most anticipated project for the rest of the year. Dropping this Friday, the trio have already released 3 tracks from their self-titled EP, including the most recently released, “Goldmine Junkie”: The song finds Big Boi and Sarah Barthel… Read more →

Big Grams and Bojack Horseman Cover FLOOD Magazine

Los Angeles based FLOOD Magazine are back with their second issue and have chosen some truly unique specimens as their cover stars. The first features Big Grams, the new collaborative duo consisting of OutKast’s Big Boi and Indie-Electronic duo Phantogram. This marks the first time that Big Grams appear in a magazine, let alone covering one. The second cover features… Read more →