Sir Lucious Leftfoot covers the recent issue of Ozone Magazine. In the issue, Big Boi discusses his upcoming release and why he’s still fighting for the integrity of his music:
The people are not picking the music, it’s the suits now picking the music for the people to listen to. There’s not a lot of respect for it. It’s all about the dollar, so they want what sells the fastest. With music being such a fast burn nowadays, there’s a new song today and a new song tomorrow and another one on Wednesday.
My thing is, my focus is to make timeless classics and not conform into what’s going on now.
You tell’em boo!
Big’s Ozone cover story (done by fellow ATLien Maurice Garland) can be read in it’s entirety here.
Big Boi is preparing for the highly anticipated release of his solo project, Sir Lucious Leftfoot: Son of Chico Dusty, and has less than 2 weeks (and counting) til it’s drop date of July 6th.
I’ve been questioning the marketing tactics of Def Jam because I haven’t seen any gung-ho tactics like site takeovers and banners like they’ve done for some of their other artists *cough* The-Dream. I seriously want my boo to succeed but I’m not liking how he’s being treated over there.
But I digress…
Check out this new remix of Big’s “Shutterbugg” featuring Rick Ross: Continue Reading…
It was way too much going on at Turner Field yesterday. Not only did the Atlanta Braves lose 4-10 to the Tampa Bay Rays after a long rain delay, but somebody decided to give Antwan “Big Boi” Patton the mic and allowed him to SING (yup SING!) baseball’s unofficial anthem… “Take Me Out To The Ball Game”
Big Boi has revealed the official design of the CD for Sir Lucious Leftfoot: Son of Chico Dusty. It’s reminiscent of Andre 3000’s Stankonia Art circa 2000, but this time RobtheBarber is the creative genius behind the art.
Antwan “Big Boi” Patton launched his Big Kids Foundation a few miles down the road in his hometown of Savannah, Georgia. During his visit, Big took a moment to surprise his alma mater, Savannah High School, during what they thought would be a pep rally.
Check out Big Boi’s recent webisode, Fast Times at Savannah High: The Road to Sir Lucious Leftfoot (Part 4): Continue Reading…
Big Boi, Andre 3000 and Sleepy Brown combine their talents once again for “Lookin 4 Ya.” The song was originally slated to appear on Big’s Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty, but word on the tweets is that JIVE is blocking 3 stacks’ involvement in the project.
Eeek! How DARE they attempt to block this masterpiece from reaching the masses???