Vonnegutt, a new four man hip-hop band signed by Outkast-founded label Purple Ribbon Records, is featured in this Big Boi track, “Follow Us,” off of his upcoming album, Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty (out July 6th). Big Boi has had no lack of new music with the recent release of his mixtape with Rick Ross, Southernplayalisticmaybachmusic.
The much anticipated Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty album from Big Boi is almost here, but you can stream the entire album now on his MySpace and check out the video for “Shutterbug” above. Yes, we know the album leaked and so does Big Boi, who tweeted, “Hello good people, I know the album leaked, I don’t care if u download it, just support GREAT MUSIC July 6th!!!! Stank u.”
For die hard fans, BigBoi.com is offering limited edition bundles of the album, including a deluxe double-disc, ivory white vinyl, a limited edition T-shirt, and a custom GoodWood chain.
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Mick Boogie brings us a fresh blend of Big Boi and Rick Ross in Southernplayalisticmaybachmusic, a new mixtape released yesterday. We were teased with an early release of “Shutterbug (Remix),” but now you can download the whole tape. The rappers’ two distinctive styles (each has at least a verse on every song) and a number of smooth R&B style hooks create a dynamic mix of tracks. See the back cover with a full track list after the jump.
Big Boi’s new album, Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty, is coming out July 6th, while Rick Ross’s Teflon Don will be released July 20th, so keep an eye out for those next month.
Our favorite robotic rocker Janelle Monae has debuted the video for her song featuring Big Boi, “Tightrope,” from her upcoming album The ArchAndroid (May 18). Enjoy!
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It feels like we’ve been waiting for Sir Lucious Left Foot (Big Boi‘s upcoming album) for our entire lives. This video seems to indicate that we are getting closer to a full-length release, as well as George Clinton still being a crazy mess of colors, smoke, and funk.