Big Boi Announces New Album 'Boomiverse'
Nearly five years after dropping his sophomore album Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, OutKast’s Big Boi has announced his third LP, Boomiverse.
The forthcoming project will be prefaced by the release of two new singles, arriving Thursday (Apr. 20). The first of those will be “Mic Jack,” a collaboration with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine, which is set to premiere on Beats 1.
Additionally, Daddy Fat Sax will unleash his Killer Mike and Jeezy-assisted “Kill Jill” in the evening, according to an Instagram post from the Dungeon Family MC.
Beyond the aforementioned guests, Boomiverse is slated to feature an array of stars, including Gucci Mane, CeeLo Green, and unreleased vocals from the late great Pimp C. It will also be backed by production from Dr. Luke, Scott Storch, DJ Dahi, and Organized Noize.
The East Atlanta Santa’s presence on the album arrives months after the Wopster teased a whopper of a collaboration. “I just did a record for OutKast,” he said, prompting many to wonder if an ATLien reunion was in the works.
Big Boi’s Boomiverse is due in June.
So Gucci Mane did a feature for outkast. We getting a new song or new album or what? 🤔🤔🤔 pic.twitter.com/JW8xE3lj2i
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