Iconic hip-hop duo OutKast are known for their experimental futuristic sound, unique flow and eclectic style. Consistently redefining themselves, OutKast has created catchy and prolific songs that have influenced a generation of music artists.
Since 1994 OutKast has released a series of successful and legendary albums, “Stankonia” being one of the best in Outkast’s album lineup. Released on Oct. 31st, 2000, “Stankonia” has provided fans with chart topping hits like “Ms.Jackson,” “B.O.B (Bombs over Baghdad),” “Ms. Jackson,” and “So Fresh, So Clean.”
As the 20th anniversary of “Stankonia” approaches, OutKast will be dropping a reissue of “Stankonia.” Special radio mixes, instrumentals, vocal-only tracks and a rare remix to
‘B.O.B’ from Rage Against The Machine’s lead singer Zack del la Rocha will all be in the republish of “Stankonia,” according to the The Rolling Stone.
According to Spin Magazine “The RATM frontman worked on it in September and October 2000 at Southern Tracks Recording in Atlanta — adding aggressive guitar riffs giving it more grit and edge to already frenetic track.”
“Zack added an extra layer of grunge to a masterpiece.” Big Boi said in a statement to The Rolling Stone. Andre 3000 added, “I’m a fan of the Rage sound so it was an honor to have Zack involved in a remix.”
While the Zack del la Rocha remix of B.O.B is available today, the revamped version of the Stankonia album will be available on Oct.30th. The 20th anniversary “Stankonia” release will also include “The Mr. Drunk Remix of Ms. Jackson,” and the Stankonia Remix of “So Fresh, So Clean” (featuring Snoop Dogg & Sleepy Brown), according to Spin Magazine.
While the Zack del la Rocha remix of B.O.B is available today, the revamped version of the Stankonia album will be available on Oct.3o. The 20th anniversary Stankonia release will also include “The Mr. Drunk Remix of “Ms. Jackson,” the Stankonia Remix of “So Fresh, So Clean” (featuring Snoop Dogg & Sleepy Brown), according to SPIN Magazine.
“The album will be available digitally in 24 Bit and 360 Reality Audio as well as an exclusive 2LP version on black-and-white galaxy vinyl to Vinyl Me,” according to NME Magazine.