André 3000's Solo Album Reported to Drop Early Next Year

Catherine Eklund

by Catherine Eklund

Published August 4, 2013


Word is out that former Outkast member, André 3000, has been working on a solo album this past year that is set to drop the beginning of next year. Great news for fans after he took a hiatus from making his own music the last few years. André 3000 has appeared on a few tracks here and there with Kesha, Beyoncé, Drake, John Legend, Young Jeezy, and a few others.

Noted hip-hop producer, Mike Made Will, posted an Instagram video last month of himself and André 3000 in a recording studio. The caption read, "I'm sorry Ms. Jackson.... 3staxx voice. #StayTuned."

Recently, Stephen Hill, the President of BET's programming and specials, announced via Twitter that André 3000's album will be released early next year. Hill tweeted that he spoke with André backstage at a concert in Washington D.C.

Read Stephen Hill's tweets below:

André 3000 has yet to respond to the rumors.

Via: Huffington Post

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