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Watch OutKast's Entire Reunion Set At Coachella
OutKast opened day one of Coachella with a dynamite, hour-plus set that included a number of high-profile guest appearances.The duo began with “Bombs Over Baghdad” from the classic 2000 Stankonia album and played through a set of hits that also included mini-solo sets by Big Boi and André 3000, Pitchfork reports. Janelle Monae came out to play her hit “Tightrope” with Big Boi, while Future showed up for three songs.
Near misses were an appearance by Killer Mike, who was brought out but didn’t perform due to time constraints, and Prince, whom André called out as being backstage, but sadly didn’t come out to perform.
André ended the set by acknowledging their fans:
“I know it’s kind of weird, 20 years later n’ shit. ... But thank y’all for coming.”
Watch the whole performance below:
Skew It on the Bar-B
Da Art of Storytellin’, Part 1
SpottieOttieDopaliscious (with Sleepy Brown)
Bowtie (with Sleepy Brown)
Tightrope (with Janelle Monáe)
Kryptonite (I’m on It)
She Lives in My Lap
Behold a Lady
Same Damn Time (with Future)
Ain’t No Way Around It (with Future)
Benz Friends (Whatchutola) (with Future)
Elevators (Me & You)
So Fresh, So Clean (with Sleepy Brown)
The Way You Move (with Sleepy Brown)
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