Hey Ya!: The Unauthorized Biography of Outkast

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St. Martin's Press, Sep 1, 2004 - Music - 224 pages
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Since 1994 OutKast have been reinventing the rules of hip-hop, blending different styles of music into a Southern style that is wholly their own, soulful, outrageous, and addictive. They've captured the hearts of fans and music critics alike, and have achieved records and scaled heights in the music world that most artists can only dream of.

The full story of OutKast has never before been told. Now in Hey Ya! you'll go behind the scenes into the world of Big Boi and Andre 3000, from their start as teenage hopefuls in Atlanta to their international rise to fame. Along the way you'll learn about the creative forces that have kept them on the cutting edge of hip-hop for a decade, and keep them pushing forward into tomorrow. From their first breakthrough with "Player's Ball" to their six Grammy wins, their upcoming movie and more, Hey Ya! Is the ultimate look at two of the most creative forces in music today and is the definitive guide to everything OutKast!

 

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Contents

Title Page
PLAYERS BALL
ALIENS
AQUEMINI
STANKONIA
INTO THE UNKNOWN
SPEAKERBOXXXTHE LOVE BELOW
THE GRAMMY AWARDS
CONCLUSION
DISCOGRAPHY
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Chris Nickson was born and raised in Leeds, England. A well-known music journalist and author, he's written many celebrity biographies as well as being a frequent contributor to numerous music magazines.

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