The Culture Corner: How Outkast Put Atlanta On The Map As Hip-Hop's New Epicenter : World Cafe : World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN In this new episode of The Culture Corner, correspondent John Morrison pays a close listen to Outkast's breakthrough record ATLiens.

The Culture Corner: How Outkast Put Atlanta On The Map As Hip-Hop's New Epicenter

The Culture Corner On World Cafe: Outkast

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Hip-hop duo Outkast, circa 1990.

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Playlist

  • "Hey Ya!"
  • "You May Die (Intro)"
  • "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik"
  • "Elevators (Me & You)"
  • "ATLiens"

Years before "Hey Ya!" was a household hit, Outkast released their breakthrough album ATLiens. Correspondent John Morrison returns with a new edition of Culture Corner on how ATLiens set Atlanta on its course to become the new epicenter of hip-hop.

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