Big Boi Credits Sade with Co-Creating His First-Born
As the world holds tight for more details on is upcoming album, Boomiverse, Big Boi has joined Pitchfork as the latest guest on their Over/Under series. No album revelations were uttered, but far more pressing items were, in fact discussed; Sade‘s role in the creation of Big Boi’s first-born, the efficacy of pre-rolled-joints, the genius of irreverent comedy great, Dick Gregory, and even a few tips on how to avoid sullying your good white suit. Also, you don’t want to see him in the bowling lanes. Dude’s been in a league for fifteen years (!) which could be the single most entertaining image ever derived from a Big Boi interview.
Watch as Big Boi praises Sade, pre-rolled joints and Dick Gregory, offers his thoughts on white suits, strip club and more on Pitchfork’s Over/Under below. Jump back to hear the new singles “Kill Jill” and “Mic Jack,” and be sure to hold tight for information on his much-anticipated third studio album, Boomiverse. Catch him on the road this summer at a grip of festival dates, including Legend Valley in Thornville, OH, North Coast in Chicago, IL, and Meadows Music and Arts Festival in Flushing, NY.