Big Boi shared news of the listing Thursday morning on IG.
The Dungeon, which will be available to book on June 25, can only be booked for one-night stays on June 29, July 1, and July 3.
“The Dungeon is where André 3000 and I spent countless hours writing songs and producing beats that became Outkast’s early albums,” Big Boi said of the space in a description for it on the Airbnb website.
Referring to The Dungeon as “the home where Southern hip hop was born,” Big Boi goes on to say that the stay will include “Guided access to the basement of the house, a ’90s relic where me and André 3000 recorded some of our early hits,” “Kicking back and playing records in rooms styled to commemorate key Atlanta locations that inspired The Dungeon Family’s tracks,” “Access to a state of the art in-home studio, outfitted with Yamaha audio equipment,” and more.
More details about the listing can be viewed here. In related news, fellow Outkast member Andre 3000 just added another role to his acting resume. 3000 has joined the cast of a forthcoming A24 film titled Showing Up, which will be about “a vibrant and sharply funny portrait of an artist on the verge of a career-changing exhibition. As she navigates family, friends and colleagues in the lead-up to her show, the chaos of life becomes the inspiration for great art.”
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