Hey ya! Outkast confirmed at Roskilde Festival

Outkast is back and they are paying Denmark a visit this summer

Old-school hip-hop legends Big Boi and André 3000 will perform together at Roskilde Festival in July as part of Outkast's reunion tour to mark the 20th anniversary of their debut album 'Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik'.

The Atlanta duo behind the hit songs 'Ms Jackson' and 'Hey Ya!' announced in November last year that they were reuniting after seven years apart.

Heavy hip-hop programme
Roskilde Festival has also added Chicago-based Chance the Rapper to this year's list of hip-hop artists, which also includes Pusha T, ASAP Ferg, Dilated Peoples and Earl Sweatshirt.

The festival will take place from June 29 to July 6 and so far the programme also features Arctic Monkeys, Damon Albarn, Deerhunter, Interpol, Kasabian, Major Lazer, Moderat, Pscyhed Up Janis, Rob Zombie and Trentemøller.
 





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