Big Boi on Letterman

Last night, Big Boi played musical guest on the Late Show With David Letterman, surging through “Apple Of My Eye,” a rippling funk track from his new solo album Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors. Big Boi brought a full backing band, including the visibly delighted producer Jake Troth, who played gawky, incongruous backup singer. It’s a fun performance, and you can watch it below.

Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors is out now on Def Jam. And in other Big Boi news, he’s throwing a verse on Frank Ocean’s Andre 3000 collaboration “Pink Matter,” and thus staging the closest thing to an OutKast reunion we’ve heard in quite some time.

Comments (4)
  1. So fun watchin him bop around on the stage and do the “OH!” at the end of that sorta corny line. I still can’t believe Big Boi did the last one on The View. Dude is just all sorts of loveable.

  2. Killed it hard. Which just makes me want Outkast back in sight even more. Everything Big does is great, but it would be CLASSIC if 3000 was sharing the stage with him.

  3. Glad that Dwight Schrute is keeping busy even with The Office ending.

    Sick song/performance.

  4. Best use of an apple prop I’ve ever seen

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