Big Boi hosts Halloween bash to raise money for Big Kidz Foundation

Photos by Terry Shropshire for Atlanta Daily World and Real Times Media.
Photos by Terry Shropshire for Atlanta Daily World and Real Times Media.

ATLANTA — Big Boi, one-half of the legendary and genre-defining rap duo Outkast, held his raucous annual Halloween costume party at Stankonia studios in Atlanta. Dubbed “The Dungeon Party,” Big Boi also used the occasion to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the iconic album the studio is named after.
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The big bash was also helped to raise funding to benefit Big Boi’s Big Kidz Foundation, which hosts multiple programs for children which include “Big Voices, Big Moves, Big Talent,” and “Big Business” to name a few.
Big Boi delighted his fans by commandeering the stage and ripping off multiple classic hits he and former partner Andre 3000 performed back in the day, including “Bombs Over Baghdad,” “So Fresh, So Clean,” “Ms. Jackson,” and “Elevators” and even clued in music fans to new tunes from his “Big Grams” album with Phantogram.
Big Boi took time to also celebrate his daughter's scholastic performance in school.
Big Boi took time to also celebrate his daughter’s scholastic performance in school.

As the deejay kept the studio crunk, fans were treated free libations and food from T.I.’s new restaurant, Scales 925.
Take a look at the highlights from Big Boi’s Halloween bash below:

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