“Oh absolutely, man,” said Big Boi. “I just so happen to be in possession of the last OutKast tours from 1998 to 2000-whatever. Like, hours and hours and hours. We had to watch [and] digitize the footage for, like, a month and a half. We had to sit through there and watch it.”
“I got the greatest OutKast documentary, never sold. Locked in the vault,” he said. “Me and Dre [André 3000], I told Dre I got it. Because Dre didn’t even know. I mean he knew I captured it because I had the cameraman on the road with us, but I just told him how dope it was.”
The footage features 10-years worth of clips, including shots of the duo freestyling in hotels, Three Stacks playing the keys, Big Boi walking the lobby with his youngest son — who was an infant at the time — and some live performances of less popular tracks.
Big Boi, who has been on a press run to promote The Big Sleepover — his collaborative project with Sleepy Brown — previously revealed that there is also a “lot of unreleased [Outkast] music” in the vault. When asked whether an Outkast reunion was in the near future, he told The Guardian, “You would have to talk to the Lord Jesus. Only he knows.”