Monday, November 15, 2010

Knuckle Rumbler Presents... Big Boi - East Side Drive Inn - December 4, 2010

From the Pacman Pacquiao department... Knuckle Rumbler Presents... Big Boi @ East Side Drive Inn on Dec 4th! Could this show be anymore dope?!?

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There really isn’t much to say except that Daddy Fat Sax, General Patton, Sir Lucious L. Leftfoot, The Son of Chico Dusty, Sgt. Slaughter, Chief, Billy Ocean, Hot Tub Tony, Francis the Savannah Chitlin’ Pimp aka BIG BOI will be hitting Austin on Dec 4th at the East Side Drive Inn (1001 E Sixth Street) . Knuckle Rumbler is teaming up with the lovely folks at Transmission Entertainment to bring you one of the biggest hip hop shows Austin has seen so far this year.

Tickets are $20 ADV / $25 DOS. Catch them online here:

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Antwan André Patton (born February 1, 1975), better known by his stage name Big Boi, is an American rapper, song-writer, record producer and actor, best known for being a member of American hip hop duo OutKast alongside André 3000. His work in the duo has produced six studio albums. During the duo's hiatus, he and André 3000 each announced plans to release a solo album. Big Boi's solo debut Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty was released in July 2010 to respectable sales and critical acclaim.

Patton was born and spent the first half of his childhood in Savannah, Georgia, attending school before moving to Atlanta with his Aunt Janice. Eventually he decided to pursue his interest in music at Tri-Cities High School, a Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School. He had a strong interest in hip-hop music, and met André "3000" Benjamin while attending Tri Cities High School in the early-1990s. The two eventually joined forces as OutKast and signed with LaFace Records.[1]

Patton has often used his lyrics to criticize the problems that plague both the African American community and the world. An example is 2003's "War", a scathing attack on the Bush administration and the War on Terror. Another example is 2008's "Sumthin's Gotta Give" with Mary J. Blige talking about the state of America and Barack Obama.

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