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Album Review

Sir Lucious Left Foot…The Son of Chico Dusty was a few years in the making with a label change and all the attendant leaked tracks and snags. Big Boi's first proper solo album nonetheless sounds like it could have come together in a couple of drama-free (if somewhat frenzied) months. It’s one of the loosest, most varied, and entertaining albums of its time. Big Boi is in top form, rattling off agile, head-spinning, and frequently irreverent tongue twisters like “Witness the n*gga that spit that vicious pitbull attack s**t when it comes to this rap shit” and “When she’s liquored up I’m leaving my fingerprints on her butt.” The variety of beats, most of which Big Boi co-produced, are even more mystifying, slathered in ideas yet robust in foundation. What’s most prominent in “Tangerine” is the knocking/snapping rhythm, but it enters with what could have developed into a grunge dirge and incorporates booming bass, a synthesizer vamp filtered through a large plastic tube, electro zaps, scorching guitar flameout, and some piano fit for a power ballad’s coda. It’s an eloquently crude strip-club anthem (of course). The superbly bombastic “General Patton” is a melee of triumphant horns, a blasting opera choir, and rallying rhymes like “Pick on somebody your own size and f**k around, get kilt/But not like the kilt above the knees/BB will plant you n*ggas like seeds, or fertilizer for the trees.” Anchored in whomping bass and rattlesnake hi-hats, the battle anthem is capped by Big Rube's fathoms-deep-toned recitation of the slayed’s last rites. Bullfrog electro that quotes the System and Soul II Soul, a victory lap aided by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, and loads of low-slung Southern funk — not to mention what sounds like a warm, bittersweet spin on Diddy’s “Last Night” — are also pulled off to equally excellent effect. Sir Lucious Left Foot lacks something as universally appealing and tidy as “The Way You Move,” but that is not a problem — not when Big Boi casually conveys that he is as much an imaginative artist as his other half in OutKast. [A clean version of the album was also released.]

Customer Reviews

Fantastic Album

Even without his Outkast companion, Andre 3000, Big Boi makes an extremely solid record.
Fans will be extremely pleased to find that his lyrics are still thought-provoking and profound.
The beats are nice and the hooks are catchy.
I highly recommend that you buy this album.

Big Boi - Sir Lucious Left Foot... The Son Of Chico Dusty

If you know anything about hip-hop or rap then you would know that Big Boi is a one half of the greatest rap due "Outkast" (the other half being Andre 3000). Even though Andre 3K maybe a better rapper then Big Boi he knows how to hold a solo album just look at "Speakerboxx". Now one more reason stands for that case and that reason is "Sir Lucious Left Foot". The album begnnings with "Feel Me (Intro)" and then leads into the hard hitting lyricully "Daddy Fat Sax" and it maybe short but it is very sweet. The next two tracks after that are "Turns Me On" and "Follow Us" and both these track shine on there own with the verse from Big Boi Joi in "Turn Me On" or the outstanding hook by Vonnegutt in "Follow Us". Then after that we get to "Shutterbugg" where we have one of the beats on the whole album and thanks to Big Boi's outstanding rhymes and Cutty's great job on the hook, "Shutterbugg" ends up being a major high light on the album and it just keeps getting better with the thumping beat and lyrics from "General Patton" to the raido-ready Tangerine featuring a on-point guest verses from T.I. and Goodie Mob member Khujo. This hot streek of song countine with "You Ain't No DJ" and with up-and-coming white rapper YelaWolf spitting a well needed verse over the Andre 3K production but "Hustle Blood" doesn't really match the same dopeness as the other tracks before it. Thankfully it goes up from there with "Be Still" featuring Janelle Monae (go look at her album it's great) and then it goes to the smokin anthem "Fo Yo Sorrows" now in my point of view I think it's the best track on the album with a pimped out verses from Big Boi and Short (i must tell you Too Short's verse is short but it's sweet) and also having a funked out hook by George Clinton and if you ask me it's the best hook on the whole album. Then we get to end on the album with "Shine Blockas" and I'm not really a big Gucci Mane fan but he does well on the hook and Big Boi's lycris even add more to the feel of the song. "The Train, Pt 2" is also a great track thanks to Big Boi's well fitting verses and Sam Chris singing a great hook. The only thing that doesn't fit at the end is "Theme Song" is sounds like it should of been place and the start of the album but hay how am I to talk smack. For all the Outkast fan wait an this album I'll say this to you. It was worth the wait because to me this album maybe Grammy winning. I also think It maybe on of the best hip-hop albums of the year. Sorry Drake and Sorry Em but "Sir Lucious Left Foot" is the best hip-hop album so far this year. 9.5/10. Fav songs: Fo Yo Sorrows, Shutterbugg, You Ain't No Dj, Follow Us, and Shine Blockas.

Awesome Album

Decided to pick up this album after Pitchfork reviewed it and gave it a 9.2. It was a good choice to make. Normally, I do not listen to Hip-Hop but this Album is decent!


Born: February 01, 1975 in Savannah, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Outside his primary roles as André 3000's partner in OutKast and as one of the central members of the Dungeon Family, Big Boi (born Antwan André Patton) appeared on tracks by Missy Elliott ("All N My Grill"), Trick Daddy ("In da Wind"), Jay-Z ("Poppin' Tags"), Killer Mike ("A.D.I.D.A.S."), Beyoncé ("Hip Hop Star"), Brooke Valentine ("Girlfight"), Sleepy Brown ("Margarita"), and Fantasia ("Hood Boy"). As a solo artist, the MC had a minor hit in 2005 with "Kryptonite (I'm on It)," one of the year's...
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