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Outkast Behind-the-Scenes of "Rosa Parks" for Vevo Footnotes

AQUEMINI ALBUM CELEBRATING 25TH ANNIVERSARY.



Outkast Footnotes-The Making of Rosa Parks
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Fans can get an exclusive glimpse behind-the-scenes of the official music video for “Rosa Parks,” the Grammy-nominated and critically acclaimed track from Outkast’s third album, Aquemini, in the latest episode of Vevo Footnotes. The episode is part of Vevo’s original content and specialized programming to celebrate the historic 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop.




In the episode, Big Boi describes the music on Aquemini as a blend of Outkast’s “complex music” on their debut album "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik" with the “ferocious lyrics” found on their sophomore album ATLiens. The episode highlights that the parade scene in the music video was filmed in front of the iconic Atlanta nightclub, The Royal Peacock. And points out that the marching band in the video is from the historic Morris Brown College, and that the college's gospel choir is featured on their track “Bombs Over Baghdad.” Additionally, the episode mentions that the standout harmonica solo is performed by Andre 3000’s stepfather, Reverend Robert Hodo.

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