Check out Big Boi’s latest interview with CNN, where he speaks on Life, Truth, Friends and more.
Talking about life
According to Big Boi the average person is living an illusion and accepting false information. Hence the name of his latest solo album (he counts it as his third, calling “Speakerboxxx” his actual first album), “Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors,” which he has called an overall “search for truth.”
Released via Def Jam, “VLADR” is a follow-up to Big Boi’s 2010 release, “Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty,” and comes from a title his grandmother had for her (planned?) autobiography in which she would air the family’s dirty laundry.
Big Boi’s latest musical effort is his way of exposing himself and the world around him. “I’m talking about life,” he said of the 14-track disc (17 if you nabbed the deluxe version). “Some people don’t get that because they’re so numb to what the mainstream media is pumping into their head with these reality shows and a certain type of song that’s played 1,000 times on the radio every day and I refuse to do that.”
So what did he do?
If you were to ask the music critics, Big Boi just released his most complete work to date and the closest fans will get (for now) to an OutKast album in terms of it’s boldness in sound and creative risks.
But before Big Boi could ever move forward carving out his legacy, he had to shake an old stigma from his past.
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