Posted by , Sep 11, 2016 at 11:27am
Andre 3000, Big Boi, Sleepy Brown, Cee-Lo, and more took the stage at the festival.

As advertised, The Dungeon Family headlined Atlanta's One MusicFest Saturday night, bringing together Goodie Mob, Organized Noize, Killer Mike, and perhaps most notably, Outkast, for a night of Southern rap classics.

Among songs performed were "So Fresh, So Clean," which Andre 3000 and Big Boi ran through with Sleepy on the hook, "The Whole World" alongside Killer Mike, and Goodie Mobb classics like "Black Ice" and "Dirty South," which Andre and Big Boi respectively contributed to.

One surprising addition to the setlist was crunk smash, "Never Scared," which was made possible by guest appearances from Bonecrusher and T.I., who Big Boi joined on the aggressive cut.

There were brief rumors of an upcoming Outkast album following a statement from Gucci Mane earlier this month, but Andre's team was quick to deny them. Unfortunately, there was no mention of new music at the performance. 

Watch some highlights from the set below.

Three Stacks performing Black Ice. #OutKast #OMF2016

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What you know about the dirty south?!?! #OMF2016 #GoodieMob

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Watch Outkast & The Dungeon Family Reunite At ONE MusicFest In Atlanta

Andre 3000, Big Boi, Sleepy Brown, Cee-Lo, and more took the stage at the festival.


As advertised, The Dungeon Family headlined Atlanta's One MusicFest Saturday night, bringing together Goodie Mob, Organized Noize, Killer Mike, and perhaps most notably, Outkast, for a night of Southern rap classics.

Among songs performed were "So Fresh, So Clean," which Andre 3000 and Big Boi ran through with Sleepy on the hook, "The Whole World" alongside Killer Mike, and Goodie Mobb classics like "Black Ice" and "Dirty South," which Andre and Big Boi respectively contributed to.

One surprising addition to the setlist was crunk smash, "Never Scared," which was made possible by guest appearances from Bonecrusher and T.I., who Big Boi joined on the aggressive cut.

There were brief rumors of an upcoming Outkast album following a statement from Gucci Mane earlier this month, but Andre's team was quick to deny them. Unfortunately, there was no mention of new music at the performance. 

Watch some highlights from the set below.

Three Stacks performing Black Ice. #OutKast #OMF2016

A video posted by Desmond Hardy (@dstinguishedgentleman) on

What you know about the dirty south?!?! #OMF2016 #GoodieMob

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