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Aquemini

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Outkast have always been able to make tough guys bounce and weirdos feel like cool kids. Aquemini saw them really find that dual-speed groove, with a vibe that was half funky superhero soundtrack and half backyard barbecue. The characters in the ultra-suave, jazz-flecked tale “SpottieOttieDopaliscious” clearly run with both gangstas and squares, but the high point here is “Da Art of Storytellin’”, a vivid and piercing life-and-death story told in two parts.

Customer Reviews

A southern hip-hop classic

This epitomises the mid-south scene of the mid-90's, with rap songs such as "Aquemini", "Rosa Parks" and "Y'All Scared" combined with chilled out beats such as "West Savannah", "Slump" and, the best track on the album, "Liberation". A must buy for fans of hip-hop.

skew it

This is still their best lp to date, quality production throughout, old skool style tales with a variety of musical styles. This is the mutts nutts....from return of the g to synthesizer a solid lp at worst....dont sleep on this one 10/10

GReeaaatttt

This album has some real emotion.... outkast is on top form on this album in my opinion. deffo worth a buy

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

OutKast's blend of gritty Southern soul, fluid raps, and the low-slung funk of their Organized Noize production crew epitomized the Atlanta wing of hip-hop's rising force, the Dirty South, during the mid to late '90s. Along with Goodie Mob, OutKast took Southern hip-hop in bold and innovative directions: less reliance on aggression, more positivity and melody, thicker arrangements, and intricate lyrics. After Dré and Big Boi hit number one on the rap charts with their first single, "Player's Ball,"...
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