Outkast ft. Lil Wayne & Snoop Dogg - Hollywood Divorce

Posted 10 years ago
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Andre 3000
Idlewild Soundtrack

With rumors circulating that Andre 3000 and Big Boi would part ways shortly after the theatrical release of their film Idlewild, its soundtrack offered the blatantly ironic single, Hollywood Divorce.  Though their spilt wouldn’t come as a shock to anyone, it would be quite shocking if true Outkast fans don’t find this single to be a classic throwback.  Lil’ Wayne and Snoop Dogg spit features verses and both know a thing or two about divorce.  Lil’ Wayne of course had a falling out with his former group, The Hot Boys, and Snoop Dogg forced his hand out of relationships with both his former labels (Death Row and No Limit).

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