The good news about OutKast’s impending reunion? Fans can catch them at festivals like
The bad news? Don't expect a new album from the pioneering Atlanta hip-hop duo.
"We're just doing the tour only, just for the fans," Big Boi told Revolt when pressed on the rumors. "That's all it is, just the tour."
"It's just the OutKast 20th-year anniversary," he added. "Just a way for us to celebrate with our fans, but there's no album in the works."
OutKast will end its lengthy hiatus with a headlining slot at Coachella in April. The duo will then trot across the globe, performing as a marquee act at more than 40 festivals.
Big Boi and Andre 3000 have also been confirmed for CounterPoint Festival in Georgia, Hangout Festival in Alabama and Wireless Festival in London.
The reunion marks the 20th anniversary of their seminal 1994 debut, "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik." After the reunion announcement, reports surfaced that the duo would also release its first album since the "Idlewild" soundtrack in 2006 after both members issued solo efforts.
Big Boi earned critical acclaim from his 2010 solo debut, "Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty," and he followed it up 2012's "Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors." He's currently working on his third solo effort.
Andre 3000, however, has been easier to catch on screens than on the radio. Though he’s contributed guest verses to songs from