The search continues– and what if the answer isn’t a certified classic, but something a little more conetmporarey? If we were to narrow our search to the current decade, I think this song would be pretty close to a sure thing.
Excellent selection! OutKast set a pretty high bar for every musician today… I feel with many of their songs if they’re not creating a new genre then they are totally reinventing one.
HA! I am currently involved in a Beastie Boys vs. Outkast war with David Yoder, he was ahead because that guy got cancer, but maybe your opinion will even the odds.
If I may wade in, over on The Grain we doing a tunes of the decade http://www.whatisthegrain.com/tunes-of-the-decade/ and the beastie boys have already made it, that said we can’t rule out Outkast getting in the list and B.O.B is a bugged out classic!
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