Big Boi Covers Creative Loafing

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Link: Is Big Boi an OutKast in his own city? [story by Maurice Garland]

Big Boi’s Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty track list is after the jump. Pre-order the album on Amazon, it drops July 6th.

Feel Me (Intro)
Daddy Fat Sax
Turns Me On feat. Sleepy Brown & Joi
Follow Us feat. Vonnegutt
Shutterbugg feat. Cutty
General Patton
Tangerine feat. T.I. & Khujo Goodie
You Ain’t No DJ feat. Yelawolf
Hustle Blood feat. Jamie Foxx
Be Still feat. Janelle Monáe
Fo Yo Sorrows feat. George Clinton, Too Short & Sam Chris
Night Night feat. B.o.B & Joi
Shine Blockas feat. Gucci Mane
The Train Pt. 2 (Sir Lucious Left Foot Saves The Day) feat. Sam Chris
Back Up Plan

Big Boi says Jive is blocking 3 Stacks from appearing on the album, on a track called “Lookin’ 4 Ya.” However, his beat for You Ain’t No DJ is still there.


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29 Responses to “Big Boi Covers Creative Loafing”

  1. KzA Says:

    Do nonDJs just buy vinyl to be cool or retro? Cuz everyone knows a vinyl sounds like garbage….

  2. mcb Says:

    i have very few classic albums
    for decoration/nostalgia/and yeah to play

    i got big ol speakers for it, and it doesnt sound like garbage.
    i got ready to die, illmatic, Nas Lost Tapes, etc… a few like htat.

  3. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    my pops still uses his reel to reel and the quality sounds awesome

  4. vcsom Says:

    looks like around 20 ppl rocking to j cole of that summer jam crowd.

  5. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Cuz everyone knows a vinyl sounds like garbage….

    ^ Lol nah it just depends on what brand of record player you buy, you cop one of those 100 dollar or less joint then it will sound like crizzap

  6. Jayson Werth's beard Says:

    my pops owns a record store

    *daps myself*

  7. JohnDough Says:

    After a weekend of bumping TML I’ve come to the conclusion that the CD is a 9/10

  8. Armani Says:

    I’ve observed that stuff like rock the bells with oldschool and “legendary” rappers gets like whiteonly crowds, while this mainstream summerjam stuff gets all the blacks, the same ones that complain about too many lightshaded colors in the game. No shots or anything, just sayin.

  9. Tong Po Flo Says:

    my pops owns a record store

    *daps myself*

    ^ Lol I need to find a record shop where I stay I doubt it that they have one tho

  10. Jayson Werth's beard Says:

    ^^where you be at

  11. mcb Says:

    Undergroundhiphop is in boston

    thats my record store.
    or best buy…

  12. cOLD Says:

    Undergroundhiphop is in boston

    ^ oxy.

  13. cOLD Says:

    hip hop and boston that is.

  14. Troyvul Says:

    nahrightads@gmail.com

  15. hl Says:

    Undergroundhiphop is in boston

    ^Always wasnted to go here. This and Fat Beats…

  16. DGtheEnigma Says:

    After reading this article, I couldn’t help but be pissed. As a music lover in general and Outkast stan specifically, nothing upsets me more than how radio programming has changed hip-hop for the worst.

    Hip-hop used to have a broad representation on the radio (Whoop, There It Is used to be played right after Biggie’s One More Chance). Now, unless it’s club music it won’t make radio, which in turn has turned many adults against hip-hop music (not necessarily the culture). No one in their 30s is on the internet looking for music, but the ride in the car with their kids, which is where they used to hear diverse hip-hop.

    Big Boi deserves to be on ATL radio no matter what. Period. I mean, it’s not like the music doesn’t knock. All four leaks are bananas: For Yo Sorrows, Shine Blockas, Shutterbug and General Patton. He’s a fucking legend!

  17. Tong Po Flo Says:

    where you be at

    ^ Dover

  18. mcb Says:

    cOLD Says:

    June 7th, 2010 at 4:08 pm
    Undergroundhiphop is in boston

    ^ oxy.

    ^
    Yes we alos have oxycontin all over too.
    meant the store homie.

  19. mcb Says:

    cOLD Says:

    June 7th, 2010 at 4:08 pm
    Undergroundhiphop is in boston

    ^ oxy.

    ^
    Yes we alos have oxycontin all over too.
    meant the store homie.

  20. sleep Says:

    I get netflixs on my new tv why would I need to buy a dvd. If it aint jay-z or nas why would I need to buy a cd. Shit just takes up space. I still have 2 cd towers at the crib with 200 cds yall remember those

  21. cOLD Says:

    Yes we alos have oxycontin all over too.
    meant the store homie.

    ^*slight chuckle*

  22. mcb Says:

    UGHH is a cool place, but its just a storefront, most/all inventory is in the back. still,t he ability to go and p/u 3 cds is legit. prices arent bad either sometimes. music is always awesome whenever i go.

    my pic is in front of the store, just the pic is facing away from it.

  23. Macson Escobar Says:

    royal flush >

  24. NovemberEnd Says:

    Breaking Bad >

    smh…this Walter character sure does goes out of his way to help a junkie…i don’t understand it…excellent program tho

  25. Hopp Says:

    ” Shit just takes up space. ”

    As does digital music. Logic space, that is. Thing is it doesn’t cost you, but as the Hard Drive gets more and more content, space is an issue …

  26. Tong Po Flo Says:

    2 cd towers at the crib with 200 cds yall remember those

    ^ Lol I do I think my mom still got one in her crib

  27. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Breaking Bad >

    ^ I was going to check that show out ain’t it about a dude that has like two years to live so he decides to sell meth to make sure his fam will be alright after his gone?

  28. Tong Po Flo Says:

    I’m MC Hammer! (comment triple play)

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