No introductions necessary, they went straight into "Bombs Over Baghdad," quickly followed by "ATLiens," and from there it was just hit after hit. After only a short while, it started to dawn on everyone just how many classic songs Outkast have racked up over the years. They simply dipped into the catalogue and plucked out a show-stopper every time. The duo have so many crowd-pleasers, in fact, that they were afforded the luxury of dropping "Ms. Jackson" in the middle of the set without batting an eyelid. Even when they performed their solo tracks it was riotous, as "The Way You Move" and "Hey Ya" sent the crowd into a frenzy.
Outkast have been expressing themselves unfettered since the early '90s, which is what makes them so enjoyable. Their Osheaga set continued in that same fashion, as Andre did push-ups and got intimate with a trumpet at one point. Their show was a sharp reminder that Outkast still are — as they always have been — one of the slickest hip hop outfits around.
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