Goodie Mob feat. Big Boi & Cool Breeze - Dirty South (1995)
Soul Food (Goodie Mob)
This one's a throwback. "Dirty South" is a standout single from Goodie Mobb's 1995 debut album "Soul Food." Big Boi's verse is brief but dope and the track as whole is an undeniable jam.
Sumthin's Gotta Give ft. Mary J. Blige (2008)
For a pro-Obama track, this single was actually quite dope. Big Boi and Mary J. Blige used it to address the state of America at the time.
Gossip feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Pimp C (2011)
Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors
The earliest leak from Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. With a monumental beat, an intense verse from Krizzle and an unreleased verse from the deceased Pimp C, it's beyond dope.
Frank Ocean feat. Big Boi & Andre 3000 - Pink Matter Remix (2013)
Channel Orange (Frank Ocean)
Big Boi recently contributed a strong verse to this phenomenal Frank Ocean track. Although not an official Outkast reunion, it certainly sounds like it.
Big Boi, one half of the legendary Outkast duo, turns 38 today, and HNHH takes a look at his best solo work.
Since Outkast began an indefinite hiatus shortly after the release of Idlewild in 2006, their unique sound has been greatly missed in the rap game and beyond. Big Boi brought 50% of the equation back in 2010 with his critically-acclaimed solo album Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty which he followed up this past December with Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumours. The southern rap pioneer turns 38 today, and as such we've broken down some of his best solo work and collaborations to date.