Coachella has pulled off plenty of buzz-worthy reunions over the years -- Blur, Rage Against the Machine, the Pixies -- but Indio might be staging one of the biggest on-stage moments in hip-hop since Tupac (virtually) rose from the dead.
The members of OutKast will end their lengthy hiatus at next year’s festival, according to Billboard.
The Atlanta hip-hop duo’s Coachella reunion would launch a run that would include additional festival dates through the year, Billboard said. The magazine’s sources said there have been "some conversations" between Big Boi and Andre 3000, while another source said its "all systems go."
OutKast fans have patiently awaited a reunion since their 2006 soundtrack album, “Idlewild.”
Big Boi earned critical acclaim from his 2010 solo debut, "Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty," and he followed it up 2012’s “Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors.”
Andre 3000, however, has been easier to catch on the big and small screens than on the radio. Though he’s supplied guest verses to songs from Beyonce, Kesha, Lil Wayne, Drake and B.o.B., he’s logged more hours in front of the camera than at a microphone (his next role is portraying Jimi Hendrix in the biopic “All Is by My Side”).