News: After Diddy & Ma$e Reunion, Drake Brings Iconic Music Duo Together For OVO Fest '14
Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014 12:36PM
After delivering a memorable OVO Fest 2013, Young Money's Drake is ready to turn things up a notch by reuniting Andre 3000 and Big Boi this year.
According to reports, OutKast will headline the upcoming OVO Fest 2014 in Canada.
The initial lineup for OVO Fest 2014 has been announced. Along with Drake, the reunited OutKast will headline the event. It takes place August 3 and 4 at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto. Details about other performers have yet-to-be revealed, but considering last year's guest appearances--French Montana, Miguel, Diddy & Ma$e, and more, including Kanye West--this year's are sure to be as impressive. (Complex)
Although Boi stayed slim with the details, he did recently promise fans could expect a solo offering from him.
"It's all about the 20 year anniversary of Southernplayalistic," Boi said in an interview. "It's a long time to still be doing music at a high caliber and having fun doing it. [Me and Killer Mike touring?] Anything can happen. We've got a couple new jams we recorded in the studio recently, so look out for that new Big Boi solo record coming too. So, you know, we're just staying working, man." (REVOLT TV)
Recently, longtime OutKast producer Mr. DJ claimed individual material had started to pile up.
The best way to figure that out would be to monitor the activity going on in Stankonia Studios, the band's longtime workspace in Atlanta. Both Dre and Big Boi have been recording there as of late, sparking speculation around a new Outkast album. In reality, they've been laying tracks down for respective solo projects, according to Mr. DJ, the group's longtime producer. He's not certain, but--brace yourself--he believes 3000 will drop his long-awaited solo album this year. (Revolt TV)
Mr. DJ also predicted a group project could follow their solo releases and a handful of concerts.
Big Boi, meanwhile, also has a fair amount of material recorded for his own solo project, and Mr. DJ was in Stankonia with him just last week laying tracks down for it. The bigger plan at hand, it seems, is for both MCs to go on their 40-date festival run, drop solo projects, and then get back in the studio for a group project. Going on tour, Mr. DJ says, should help rekindle their creative relationship. (Revolt TV)
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