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Outkast & UGK Redefined Southern Rap. A New Song Shows Their Work Isn’t Done (Audio)

In the early 1990s, both OutKast and UGK made some incredible records. From Atlanta, Georgia and Port Arthur, Texas, these two duos used Funk, Blues, Rock & Roll to create

Pimp C Was Furious When He First Heard Andre 3000’s International Players Anthem Verse (Video)

Out of the many outstanding Andre 3000 guest verses, and there are plenty, one of the all-time greats is his opening on UGK’s “International Players Anthem.” As Andre raps about

OutKast is reuniting??? It’s not certain but their recent signing to Epic Records is a strong signal that some new spaceagehiphopfunk music is coming soon. Until then, here’s an OutKast video playlist as a reminder of just how dope they are.

You’ll find songs by OutKast as well as a couple of their guest appearances. Check it out. Also, here’s a link to an article that details their rumored signing to

Check out this new mini-documentary on Bun B. It features some good interview and performance footage from the Trill O.G. Both the sound and video quality are stellar.

It’s not often you get to hear Bun B do some of his best cuts with a live band. Here’s the doc (5 parts–courtesy of Noisey): Part 1 Part 2

This is the second joint we've posted from Stalley. Dude is really dope. This one is called Monkey Ish.

The song samples the mighty Pimp C (R.I.P.) from UGK: Click here to download.  You can find more Stalley here.  And, here’s a classic joint from UGK: http://www.vimeo.com/2818789.