Big Boi stayed so fresh and so clean
Half of the hugely popular hip-hop duo Outkast hit up Denver Friday night. Antwan Andre Patton, a.k.a. Big Boi, took the stage without other half, Andre 3000 but still managed to sell out the Ogden Theatre.
Two talented groups, Eligh and Scarub from the Living Legends and The Foodchain, opened the night. The fans were ecstatic from the moment they stepped foot inside the venue. Big Boi did not come alone he rocked the crowd with accomplice Blackowned C-Bone performing his new songs mixed in with his old popular hits. Everyone threw their hands in the air like they just didn’t care.
With his ice around his neck, stunna shades and microphone in hand, Big Boi was ready to celebrate his birthday and show Colorado what he has to offer. The crowd went wild with ever beat dropped and danced till the very end. His solo album "Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty" may have shocked some people but not to worry, Outkast is still together. The general public gave their approval of his independent work last night by their roar of musical bliss. Big Boi is keeping busy and will be performing next at the Winter X-Games in Aspen. Denver created memories with Big Boi last night and he left the crowd so fresh and so clean. — Jessica Taussig