A historic night in Atlanta.
The Dungeon Family took to the stage last night at the One Music Festival in Atlanta for a reunion show that promised to bring together some of the best known names from the city.
It delivered on that promise with appearances from OutKast, Goodie Mob members CeeLo Green and Big Gipp, Erikah Badu and Killer Mike alongside a full live band and Organized Noize, the sonic masterminds behind the groups’ early albums whose studio, The Dungeon, gave the collective its name.
OutKast’s Big Boi and Andre 3000 hit the stage together for the first time in two years and performed songs from their albums Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, Aquemini, and Stankonia.
They also dropped their guest verses on Goodie Mob’s ‘Dirty South’ and ‘Black Ice’. Killer Mike joined the duo for his verse on ‘The Whole World’ and CeeLo and Erikah Badu joined them for ‘Liberation’. And according to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Bonecrusher also performed ‘Neva Scared’ alongside T.I and Killer Mike.
Fan footage captured some of the memorable on stage action.
Atlanta rapper T.I also shared footage from the side of the stage on Instagram.
The live show came in the wake of the release of a documentary about Organized Noize earlier this year, The Art of Organized Noize, which is available on Netflix.
The documentary features OutKast, Goodie Mob, Future, LaFace Records’ LA Reid and more discussing the importance of the production trio to the rise of the south in the ’90s and features footage from the early days of The Dungeon Family.
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