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Big Boi (of OutKast): Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty

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    Big Boi has no shortage of friends, so it's only right that on his new solo album, Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty, the Big Boi is joined by a slew of guests. On the production side, Scott Storch (who helmed "Shutterbug"), Salaam Remi (Nas, Fugees), Organize Noise, the rapper's own Boom Boom Room producers and Boi-1da (perhaps best known for his work on Drake's "Best I Ever Had") contribute to the set.

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    1. Feel Me (Intro)
    Producers: Malay
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    2. Daddy Fat Sax
    Producers: Mr. DJ
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    3. Turns Me On
    featuring Sleepy Brown; Joi
    Producers: Organized Noize
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    4. Follow Us
    featuring Vonnegutt
    Producers: Salaam Remi
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    5. Shutterbugg
    featuring Cutty
    Producers: Scott Storch; Big Boi
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    6. General Patton
    Producers: Jbeatzz; Big Boi
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    7. Tangerine
    featuring T.I.; Khujo Goodie (of Goodie Mob)
    Producers: Knightheet; Big Boi
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    8. You Ain't NO DJ
    featuring Yelawolf
    Producers: Andre 3000
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    9. Hustle Blood
    featuring Jamie Foxx
    Producers: Lil Jon
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    10. Be Still
    featuring Janelle Monae
    Producers: Royal Flush
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    11. Fo Yo Sorrows
    featuring George Clinton; Too $hort; Sam Chris
    Producers: Organized Noize; Big Boi
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    12. Night Night
    featuring B.o.B.; Joi
    Producers: DJ Speedy; Big Boi
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    13. Shine Blockas
    featuring Gucci Mane
    Producers: DJ Cutmaster Swiff; Big Boi
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    14. The Train Pt. 2 (Sir Lucious Left Foot Saves The Day)
    featuring Sam Chris
    Producers: Organized Noize; Big Boi
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    15. Back Up Plan
    Producers: Organized Noize; Big Boi
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    3.9 Stars (3.9 Stars )
    Total Comments: 34
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 4/10/2014 5:19:00 PM; Partial IP: 11.193.120)
    Location: NC
    Comment: Loved this album when it dropped in 2010. I have been revisiting it lately and I still love it. SHUTTERBUG was a fantastic single while GENERAL PATTON goes too hard. I think he would of benefited by adding ROYAL FLUSH (even though it had been released two years earlier, it was intended for the album) instead of BACK-UP PLAN, that song is pretty weak. I wish LOOKING FOR YA would of made it on the album but Andre3K's appearance got blocked by the record label. Stellar album. THE TRAIN II is my personal favorite.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/22/2014 1:54:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
    Location: az
    Comment: could have been tighter if he had cut the commercial songs out!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 12/21/2013 3:52:00 AM; Partial IP: .61.159.64)
    Location: -
    Comment: I personally can't understand how people can be a fan of "good" Outkast and not like this album. This is major underrated for how good it is and a classic. Absolute 5 star album and the best Outkast related album since Aquemini‎;.
    2 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 6/3/2011 1:23:00 PM; Partial IP: 78.210.205)
    Location: 303
    Comment: Love Outkast and Big Boi's previous work. Great live show. Not a good album....at all.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 12/31/2010 5:18:00 AM; Partial IP: .15.75.128)
    Location: SI, NY
    Comment: Shutterbug is hoooooooooooot. Album is fiyah.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 9/8/2010 7:19:00 PM; Partial IP: 6.91.59.27)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Point taken. Hip-Hop has gone from being dance-oriented to being more lyric-oriented. But why? Is it because it becomes hard to distinguish great Hip-Hop bump and flow from Pop music glitz and glam? Goodie Mob made an excellent point when they said "People don't dance no mo / All they do is this, all they do is this!" Someone who is a mainstream head could easily argue that taking away the popular dance element is the thing that's "killing" Hip-Hop... locking it into a box, preventing it to step outside of that. I personally think that people have lost touch with the history... And when I say "history", I mean the elements and traditions that go way back before New York. The MC style in Hip-Hop would have NEVER existed without the Griot in West Africa. They are traveling poets who tell stories and lessons to the kids and people of a village... through lyrics, drum rhythms, and DANCE! Those traditions were carried over through Jamaica, New York, and the South. And I ain't learn that from Nas & Damian's "Distant Relatives" album... That's facts and common knowledge that EVERY Hip-Hoppa should understand and appreciate. I think dance goes hand-in-hand with lyrics in true Hip-Hop. That's what makes it a unique SKILL, easy to learn but DIFFICULT to master... I'm not arguing against your rating and opinion of Big Boi's album, I'm arguing against the theory...
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 9/4/2010 11:40:00 AM; Partial IP: 33.182.149)
    Location: Headnod... right!!!
    Comment: DANCING though. We ain't IN that era of HipHop anymore. If you can dance dude, power to you. Those moves were created by me and my boys... not specifically us but our era. I can nod and bob. That is it. That is all I want. I cant zone out on it if I am busy shakin' my stankin ass. I am telling you I know where this music came from but the place it is going aint what originated it. It is different.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 8/20/2010 9:15:00 PM; Partial IP: 126.48.110)
    Location: Angeles
    Comment: Good Album...very original style. Who cares if the songs are catchy..isn't that what music is suppose to be? I will not hate on Big Boi for makin money and being original at the same time...especially in the music biz where its complete shit.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 8/12/2010 9:24:00 AM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Much respect to ya TheBALL if you just don't like the album, but... What??? Forgot what it's supposed to sound like? Are you referring to Hip-Hop? Because the Hip-Hop I know (South, North, West, East, whereever) is made from looped funky beats that you CAN dance to, it's INTENDED for dancing and head-bobbing... with lyrics that express the culture of the people it represents. You might have to elaborate a little on that, cause I don't understand that ideology. I might be misunderstanding you, so fill me in. As far as it going "pop", that's just a by-product of success. OutKast has yet to "sell-out" on ANYTHING! You can say Hip-Hop shouldn't be used for the strip club, but personally I SUPPORT single mothers just tryin to put some food on the table for their kids. Of course, there's a good handful of just plain whores in there too, but... LOL Do take in consideration... Off of OutKast's debut album, they made the song "Funky Ride", which is STRICTLY a strip club song. And they've got plenty of tracks like that in their discography, so it ain't nothin out of ordinary. A lot of Southern underground got its shine through the strip club, that's just the culture. It ain't nothin ignorant, or somethin that's "killing" Hip-Hop, or the youth... It's just what it is. I can feel a culture difference just living out here in L.A., cuz the strip clubs out here SUCK, profusely... But back in North Carolina, and places like ATL, Miami, Houston, Tennessee, the strip club is the spot to hang at... So I say to you TheBALL, if somebody like Slum Village (hypothetically) had the #1 album in the country right now, mainstream, while still making the same kind of music they have now, would you STILL support them? And yes, this would qualify them as "pop" too...
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 8/11/2010 1:38:00 AM; Partial IP: 33.182.149)
    Location: The North
    Comment: Tell you what... The south are not the worst producers of HipHop... it is not a north south thing. Granted I am not a fan of the southern style of music but if it is dope then it is dope. OutKast has some classic biz that I loved (um pre Ms. Jackson). Once it goes pop though I eternally hate it. Once it's got a "funky beat that I can dance to" or it NEEDS to be the back drop to some souless whore sliding her tired and nasty ass down a greasy pole, it loses its savour. If it goes at all like that then the commersh wins and real HipHop scores zero. I just think that cats forgot what it is supposed to sound like. 3G is a genius. Shall see what BB does.
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 8/10/2010 1:46:00 PM; Partial IP: 14.200.246)
    Location: licks balls
    Comment: YOU ain't SHIT AND OUTKAST IS A BUNCH OF SELL OUT's AND IF THEY GOT YOU IN TO RAP MUSIC STEP OF BECAUSE REAL HEADS RECOGNIZE!U NOT A TRU-it!stand back in the LA sun and catch wreck bitch and then go back to NC and eat a biscuit!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/29/2010 4:29:00 PM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: LOL @ "...Shake it like some Texas Pete / Drop it on your collard greens!" That track "Tangerine" is gonna be my next strip club request song...
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/25/2010 3:36:00 PM; Partial IP: 19.186.179)
    Location: Everywhere
    Comment: Instant classic,
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/25/2010 12:48:00 AM; Partial IP: 137.10.189)
    Location: dA bUrG, FL
    Comment: Certified Classic!!! Wow and without Andre three stax. Congratulations to Big Boi for this Masterpiece. I can't get enough of this everyday I have favorite track on here. n*ggas are gonna hate cuz this is from the south but they don't know shit about music. Can't wait for Jay Electronica to his album and I wanna see what the haters are gonna say. Y'all get me sick. If an album is good say it's good don't hate cuz the artist is from somewhere u don't like or know of.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/21/2010 4:43:00 PM; Partial IP: 76.90.99.5)
    Location: Bellflower, USA
    Comment: DA BOMB!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/21/2010 12:54:00 AM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Oh please continue SMK... "And yeah yeah, and this don't belong here cuz nobody cares about the South... And blah blah this ain't underground, we don't care about anybody who ACTUALLY came up in the game and was successful... I should know, I'm a REAL hip-hop head!"
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/20/2010 6:48:00 PM; Partial IP: 99.204.8.8)
    Location: ATL
    Comment: YO! u betta have a back up plan for that comment man.. u dont belong here brah!!. solid album from the ATL representative..
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 7/19/2010 2:09:00 PM; Partial IP: 161.39.251)
    Location: the nl
    Comment: yeah yeah yeah blah blah blah \real great and all the bullshit, but shit like this don,t belong here . next......
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/19/2010 12:25:00 PM; Partial IP: 116.74.201)
    Location: Norway
    Comment: YO J-Aura you right about big boi not being a solo artist I was amost waiting to hear andre3000, but now I have heard the album 2 good time and it grow on me this shit is fire! great album!!!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/16/2010 5:30:00 AM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Respect... Dan, you also gotta take in account... Big Boi ain't USUALLY a solo artist, that's why a good slew of artists helps in the end. Not a negative, to me, unless you don't like certain guest MC's, and that's understandable... But compare Big Boi's step out to Bun-B's first solo album, or Phonte's solo's... They both had a slew of guests, and they were pretty dope records, depending if you liked everyone on the tracklist. Sir Lucious still got a good mix of both classic OutKast sound and a little new direction... Mostly that 808-bass FUNK! I'm tellin ya... If you got access to some good BOSE speakers... LOL Man oh man... Amps and woofers, whatever you need... Re-listen to "The Train Pt. 2" all the way through! That's that ATLiens-type style comin' back...
    2 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/15/2010 10:07:00 AM; Partial IP: .116.73.65)
    Location: Norway
    Comment: im a big Outkast fan, this album has one good song "Tangerine" inn my opinion, the rest is weak to many guests
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/12/2010 11:30:00 PM; Partial IP: 70.185.169)
    Location: hawaii
    Comment: cracks! the whole album is a fucking banger straight up
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/12/2010 8:54:00 PM; Partial IP: 137.11.199)
    Location: dA bUrG FL
    Comment: Big Boi came strong with this album!! I didn't expect this to be a banger. This album plays good in my ride. Everybody should own this album. I don't know about everybody else but I'm broke from buying all these great albums that came out WOW!!! This year has been so DOPE for HipHop. From everybody Freeway & Jake One, Statik Selektah 100 Proof, Rustee Jux & Marco Polo, Strong Arm Steady & Madlib, Diabolic, Vinnie Paz, Yesssirr Eminem, Distant Relatives, IDE Ideology, Reef The Lost Cauze, Blacastan mixtape & Album Blac Sabbath, Army Of The Pharaohs, Necro Die!!, Rhymefest El Che, Wu-Massacre, Jaysaun Game Of Breath, Eternia & MoSS(Beats are Amazing), The project Stoupe did with Liz is amazing I mean I could go on and on. I bought every single album I mentioned and were half way into the year. Looking out for that ILL BILL & Muggs to drop that's gonna be historic!!!
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/11/2010 8:15:00 PM; Partial IP: .140.16.19)
    Location: Rancho Cucamonga
    Comment: I like Big Bio..Outkast is bangin..but some of these guest spots straight SUCK!!!!!!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/10/2010 11:28:00 PM; Partial IP: .158.133.7)
    Location: GA/NY
    Comment: Why are dudes hating on the Jamie and Gucci featured tracks? Why does that have to do with the overall quality of the songs they're featured on? Anyway, this album is ridiculously consistent throughout. Quality production throughout provides Big Boi ample foundation for his lyrics. Even new comers Jbeatzz and knightheet go hard. Overall, it's another hole-in-one for the Dungeon Family clique.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/7/2010 5:07:00 AM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Hey Megan Foxxx, you don't like Jamie? I thought y'all two were siblings! LOL Just a joke on the names, playa... But nah, I feel you though. My favorite R&B dudes is usually Anthony Hamilton (from Charlotte, NC), John Legend, Dwele, and Raphael Saadiq. Jamie Foxx has got some alright music, more for the ladies really. But you can't say you don't like his comedy though... Even Little Brother took that opening skit idea on the song "After The Party" from Jamie Foxx, when he ate that dude Doug Williams alive! That was some HILARIOUS shit if you ain't seen it! (...I am your conscience! LOL) I think Jamie's pretty well-rounded with talent, but I guess he should stick to what he's good at, making me laugh my ass off.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/4/2010 1:53:00 PM; Partial IP: 13.223.110)
    Location: SEATTLE
    Comment: LARS IS A GAY ASS FAGGOT.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/4/2010 10:56:00 AM; Partial IP: 142.63.228)
    Location: Jennifer's Body
    Comment: yeah ill to c organized noize back in behind the boards, dude was part of some of the best OutKast tracks, beats are definitely fire scott storch making a come back, some weak guest spots keep this from being "6 or 7 stars" like jamie foxx (biggest fag) and gucci mane flat out sucks, overall very strong release by Big Boi, not an all the way through hip-hop album strays towards mainstream a lot but good shit for OutKast fans not stuck on their first three albums
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/2/2010 7:39:00 PM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: Oh my goodness!!! Damn this shit is FIRE! Where do I begin?! I'll be straight up... I love EVERYTHING OutKast, but if you are knowledgeable on their style and discography... Compared to Big Boi's half of Speakerboxxx... THIS album... Blows it completely out the water! I would give this 6 or 7 stars if I could... Big Boi, himself, has WAY BETTER lyrical delivery up here. That was something I'll admit he slacked on over the years. (Hence why 3000 is usually looked at as the hotter MC) But this reminds me of that young hungry Sir Luscious back on Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. Everything from the stellar list of guest appearances to the tight 808-bass-heavy production... All combine for one of this year's BEST albums. I wanna take time to highlight the beautiful and talented Janelle Monae, who does her thang once AGAIN! Vocals from Joi too! Yelawolf, a cat from Alabama on the come-up, my cousin told me about him, he drops a couple hot bars. B.o.B & T.I., they come in proper! Hats off to them! And strictly-underground headz can hate them all they want, but they are MC's leading mainstream Hip-Hop in the POSITIVE light! Of course, classic OutKast styles thru production by 3000, Sleepy Brown, and Organized Noize! (what y'all boyz know about Organized Noize!) Even the LEGENDS came for visit - George Clinton, Too Short, and Bun-B on the bonus tracks. To me, this is Southern Hip-Hop in it's finest. Take it how you wanna, but the South is in here for the long haul!!! Cuz guess what... WE AIN'T GOING NOWHERE!!! We'll carry`Hip-Hop into the next century if we got to... So after all that, I'll end it with this... I welcome ALL critical opinions and feedback. All haters can eat a dick and DIE! Watch ya mouth...
    Name: (Posted: 6/18/2010 11:26:00 AM; Partial IP: 4.10.46.64)
    Location: stockholm, sweden
    Comment: Quality hip hop is coming soon.....
    Name: (Posted: 6/16/2010 1:45:00 PM; Partial IP: .125.176.3)
    Location: bmore
    Comment: Dont pull the thing out unless you plan to bang! Outkast is the shit! You would give Lupe Fiasco a crown? I would like to give you a doodoo crown.
    Name: (Posted: 6/11/2010 12:57:00 AM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: I think the one you lookin for is called "General Patton"... I think. It's got Big Rube dropping the usual spoken word knowledge at the end. If that's the one you heard, that one is dope too. Also, a correction to my earlier post. The track "Royal Flush" with Raekwon isn't gonna be on this album because Big Boi switched labels after he made it. Bureaucratic bullshit.
    Name: (Posted: 6/10/2010 12:54:00 AM; Partial IP: .12.119.27)
    Location: West Coast
    Comment: What's the name of song he did at rock the bells? The songs with a patriotic march type song and the bass drops. anyone know the name?
    Name: (Posted: 6/9/2010 7:51:00 AM; Partial IP: 69.133.119)
    Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
    Comment: In the words of Pimp C... "...already... ...HOLD UP!... ... ...kno'wha I'm talk'n bout!!!" If you've seen my posts up here before, be aware that I first fell in love with Hip-Hop back in the day thru OutKast's "ATLiens" and The Fugees' "The Score". Big Boi and 3000 have always been my ABSOLUTE favorite MC's. I will give crowns to others like Little Brother, Nas, and Lupe Fiasco, BUT... please be mindful of your comments up here. I will not hesitate to pull out Excaliber and slay some people up here for OutKast, just a forewarning. True innovative Southern music right here with styles that continue to grow. Don't forget who put ATL on the hip-hop map... By the way, the song "Shutterbugg" and "Royal Flush" are hella DOPE!!!
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