#TBT: OutKast's Early Deep Cuts

We look at OutKast's early, deep cuts for this week's TBT selection.

OutKast might be best known for their later material like "Ms. Jackson" and "Hey Ya!," but this duo's discography runs deep.

Their first few albums, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, ATLiens, and Aquemini are hip-hop classics that melted southern twang with funky experimental fusion. With hits like "Elevators (Me & You)" and "Rosa Parks," OutKast began to pave their way to mainstream success, but it was lesser-known gems like "Babylon" and "Mainstream" that speak volumes of their limitless art.

Back in April we took a look at their debut album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, and now we wanted to dedicate this Throwback Thursday to the greatest duo to ever do it. OutKast may be certified hit makers, but they have plenty of worthy deep cuts too. Here's 10 of them that got our bass thumpin'.

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