If you were a rap fan growing up, you probably put rap posters on your bedroom wall. Well, one designer got really creative and re-imagined some of your favorite rappers and singers to place them in vintage advertisement posters.
In one of the strangest remixes we've heard this week, Miley Cyrus gives her best rendition of OutKast's 2003 hit 'Hey Ya.' The slowed-down version of the song was performed by the pop star during her Bangerz tour in Tacoma, Wash.
An OutKast reunion is good enough news, but word of anything Andre 3000 and Big Boi-related always leads to speculation of new material. Unfortunately the latter is crushing fans' hopes of a new album from the rap duo.
This Presidents Day (Feb. 17) brings another installment in Big Boi's Mash-Up Mondays series. This time the Atlanta rapper uses a newer instrumental as opposed to the '70s Big Oyster Cult backdrop in 'GossipZilla.' Big Boi adapts the Menahan Street Band's 'The World' for 'Damaged World.'
OutKast made Atlanta and hip-hop proud by winning three trophies at the 2004 Grammy Awards including the coveted Album of the Year Award honor for their classic album 'Speakerboxxx/The Love Below.' In a special segment for Billboard, Big Boi recalls their historic moment and what it meant to himself and Andre 3000.
OutKast reuniting is undoubtedly one of the young year's biggest stories. Fans will have to wait a while for it to happen, because the duo's first performance won't be until April at the Coachella Music Festival. The wait should be worth it according to an interview Big Boi did with Revolt TV.
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