Tim Westwood Freestyle (2004)
Tim Westwood invited Big Boi onto his show in 2004 a few weeks after he and Andre 3000 won a Grammy for Album of the Year. Westwood's team exhumed Big Boi's previously unreleased freestyle from that session for this week's installment of his TBT series, which rarely fails to deliver. Big Boi raps a true freestyle. He apparently is sipping on the Henny and coke. He exercises the full potential of his Southern drawl as he raps humorously over Jay Z's "Encore" and Obie Trice's "The Setup." Listen to experience the lyrical wit of Sir Lucious.
We've enjoyed getting acquainted with the bold musical visions of Far Rockaway emcee Devin Lee ever since April's "Tax Money." Each song he's dropped since has been different, but the adroit lyricism and raw passion can be relied upon every time. When he finally shares his full-length, it's gonna be a quite a journey.
The Roll Out
Curren$y Feat. Le$
Curren$y and his new favorite collaborator, Le$, have once again linked up for a new track, this time a freestyle over OutKast's "Ova Da Wudz."
With the official news that Andre 3000 and Big Boi are reuniting as OutKast at Coachella 2014, we decided it was only right to honor the ATLiens with a Throwback record this Thursday. Who remembers Aquemini's "Rosa Parks"? There are so many classic OutKast records to choose from, this was a tough decision. Quotable Lyrics
Stat Quo drops this new track which pays homage to ATL legends Outkast, and will appear on the forthcoming ATLA project. Production for the funky beat comes from DeUno. Quotable Lyrics "Either rappin' or trappin' / Had no time for relaxin' / This my mufuckin passion / I'm so sorry Mrs. Jackson / That I ain't / Get a 9-5 after graduatin' with my bachelors / I was born to make it happen."