Outkast Essentials Playlist

Brush up on the less well-known Outkast songs before hitting the festivals this summer.
Brush up on the less well-known Outkast songs before hitting the festivals this summer.

Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s music festival season. In case you haven’t heard, Outkast will be headlining every festival in 2014. Not really, but they will have a jam-packed summer performing at over 40 festivals. Odds are, if you and your friends plan on spending a weekend watching your favorite artists, you’re going to see Outkast. Mainstream music listeners may not have known about Outkast until their songs “Ms. Jackson” and “Hey Ya” dominated the radio airwaves, but Outkast had three albums prior to those hits and below is a list of Outkast songs you’ll want to get familiar with prior to seeing them perform this summer.

Music festivals are a fantastic way to learn about new artists. While you’re at these festivals, keep an open mind, stay hydrated, have fun, and remember you’re there to be a part of the music. Don’t be afraid to check out all the stages and tents to experience a band you’ve never heard of before. You might just discover a new favorite.

Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, 1994

“Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik”
“Git Up, Git Out”
“Hootie Hoo”
“Player’s Ball”

ATLiens, 1996

“ATLiens”
“Wheelz of Steel”
“Jazzy Belle”
“Elevators (Me & You)”

Aquemini, 1998

“Rosa Parks”
“Skew It on the Bar-B”
“Da Art of Storytellin’” (Pt. 1) & (Pt. 2)
“Chonkyfire”

Stankonia, 2000

“So Fresh, So Clean”
“Ms Jackson”
“B.O.B.”

Big Boi & Dre Present, OutKast, 2001

“The Whole World”

Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, 2003

“Bowtie”
“The Way You Move”

Idlewild, 2006

“Mighty ‘O’”

Originally published in May 2014

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