Outkast wunderkinder Andre Benjamin, aka Andre 3000 has always been a student of artistic expression. Dre’s Benjamin Bixby clothing line is now defunct because his target demographic would rather wear their pants below their thighs.
Outkast member Andre 3000 arrived at Late Show With David Letterman in New York today. Andre and his bandmate Big Boi brought their #ATLast 20th anniversary reunion to Atlanta last weekend. All 3 nights were sold out.
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Hardcore Outkast fans will rock out with their faves for the next 3 nights at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta.
Outkast brings the much-awaited 20th Anniversary Tour to their hometown beginning tonight, Friday, September 26, through Sunday, Sept. 28.
Outkast rapper Big Boi and his wife, local entrepreneur Sherlita Patton, have dropped their plans for divorce.
If you recall, Sherlita filed for divorce from the rap mogul on Oct. 2.
At the time Sherlita stated the marriage was “irretrievably broken.” She sought alimony, an equitable division of marital property and attorney’s fees, and child support for the couple’s two children, son Cross (who just made the Honor Roll at school) and daughter Jordan, who graduated high school last year.
After forcing their most loyal fans to trek all over yonder to see them perform live, Outkast will finally perform a concert in their native Atlanta.
Natural beauties Monica Brown, right, and Janelle Monáe posed together at Outkast’s Georgia Reunion concert at CounterPoint Music Festival in Rome, GA over the weekend. For some reason the group chose to perform in Rome (of all places) rather than in their hometown of Atlanta. But that didn’t stop hardcore fans from making the trip to Kingston Downs in the driving rain to watch their favorite group belt out their hits.
A video clip of the upcoming Jimi Hendrix biopic All Is By My Side, featuring Outkast member Andre 3000 Benjamin was released online yesterday. The film will focus on Jimi’s life while he was still living in New York. No U.S. release date has been set yet.
A left-handed guitarist, Jimi taught himself to play a right handed Fender Stratocaster guitar — upside down.
Born in Seattle, Washington in 1942, Jimi moved to England when he was 24. A year later, Jimi’s legend was born when he played the Monterey Pop Festival in the U.S. At the end of his set he lit his guitar on fire onstage.
Like most falling stars, Jimi died of a drug overdose in a London flat in 1970.
Watch the clip after the break.