This is all purely speculative, but several sources have reportedly told Billboard that OutKast, arguably the greatest rap duo of all time, might reunite to headline next year’s Coachella festival. According to various sources, the group has at least been in talks to play the festival and possibly to do some other festivals next summer. This, obviously, would be awesome. OutKast’s last album was the soundtrack to the 2006 cinematic stinkbomb Idlewild, which was not the way way to go out. They’ve reunited on a few songs since then, but Andre 3000 didn’t rap on either of Big Boi’s two solo albums, and he hasn’t released any of his own, either. And they haven’t toured regularly since before the release of 2003’s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, so this would be a rare and welcome opportunity indeed. Fingers crossed.
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