Outkast Reunion Confirmed By Collaborator And Revolt

By Scott Bernstein Nov 20, 2013 6:00 am PST

Yesterday we posted about Billboard’s report claiming multiple sources confirmed hip-hop duo Outkast was in talks with Coachella organizers to start a reunion run at the California festival. Since the Billboard article dropped, the reunion has seemingly been confirmed by an article on Revolt.tv as well as by one of the pair’s collaborators –Sleepy Brown.

[Image via Sleepy Brown]

Sean “P. Diddy” Combs’ Revolt.tv takes the Billboard report a step further by claiming “Outkast will be reuniting in 2014 for performances across the U.S.” Revolt’s sources say Andre 3000 and Big Boi will “rock multiple festival dates in the coming year” and go on to reveal there’s no new album in the works. The article also teases the possibility of Outkast headlining CounterPoint 2014 near their hometown of Atlanta.

As if the Revolt story wasn’t enough, longtime Outkast collaborator and family member Sleepy Brown shared the image about on Instagram with the caption, “Yep!!! #wedf #dungeonfamily #organizednoize #outkast”

Since the duo don’t plan to record new music, we can expect sets heavy on old favorites like this:

[via Revolt.tv / Hat Tip –Consequence of Sound]

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