Big Boi's Upcoming 'Boomiverse' LP to Feature Travis Scott, Gucci Mane

The OutKast member's first solo album since 2012 is slated to arrive in June.

On Monday (April 24) evening, Big Boi previewed his forthcoming album Boomiverse for a private audience at Electric Lady Sound in New York.

According to veteran journalist Jayson Rodriguez who was on hand for the event, the 12-track Boomiverse is currently slated to arrive in June and will be the first of two new LPs from the OutKast member.

In addition to previously-released singles "Kill Jill" and "Mic Jack" (with Adam Levine), Boomiverse will include a track entitled "Made Man," which features Killer Mike and Kurupt, as well as a joint effort with Gucci Mane and Travis Scott.

"Sounds like vintage DF vibes but modern," tweeted Rodriguez, who also confirmed that Boomiverse is co-produced by longtime collaborators Organized Noize.

Boomiverse is Big Boi's third solo album, his first since 2012's Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors and the first since signing a new deal with L.A. Reid and Epic Records.



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