Outkast ft. Marsha Ambrosius - The Art of Storytellin (Part 4)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Outkast
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Producer:
Don Cannon
Album:
Gangsta Grillz: The Album

The duo of Andre 3000 and Big Boi are back at it again with The Art of Storytellin’ (Part 4), set to be featured on (who else) DJ Drama’s upcoming release of Gangsta Grillz: The Album.  Last heard from on Idlewild’s, Hollywood Divorce, the legendary ATliens have seemingly skipped the third part of their series of storytelling.  While the first two parts were featured on the double platinum, Aquemini, and included the assistance of Slick Rick, part four comes nine years later and is assisted by the soulful Marsha Ambrosius of the group Floetry.  As OutKast turns another page in the story of their career, fans anxiously await word on the possibility of another new part; the sooner the better.

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