Outkast's reunion at Coachella was one of the most awaited music moments of the year - and thankfully our anticipation paid off when we saw André 3000 and Big Boi putting on an awesome show. Big Boi has now talked to The Hollywood Reporter about his upcoming plans, and the much-hyped reunion, saying "it's been good" and describing the first weekend performance as jumping "into the deep end of the pool."

Big Boi has also unveiled he'll be working on his next solo LP while on the road with Outkast: "You'll definitely get a couple of songs before the end of the year. Whether the project is done or not just depends on how wild this road gets."

While commenting on how he'll be doing more TV and film soon ("I wanna play Bill Clinton"), Big Boi also talked about the three songs he worked on with Modest Mouse back in 2011: "I've been asking Isaac [Brock] when they gonna do it, man. We've got these songs they've been sitting on forever. I saw him a couple months ago and they're working on some additions to what we did. I don't know. It's a crazy camp over there. It's coming. Talk to him! He's the boss."

Source: Pitchfork

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