Andre 3000 Explains How He Chooses Collaborations
Fans who have waited with baited breath for a follow-up for Andre 3000′s critically acclaimed solo LP, The Love Below,have had to settle for sporadic guest appearances from the enigmatic MC.
In the latest issue of The FADER however, Three Stacks explains to Sam Hockley-Smith exactly what his thought process is when it comes to jumping on a track.
“The music has to kinda move me in some kind of way. Sometimes it’s emotionally, sometimes it’s just being there supporting another person,” Andre explains. “Even the Chris Brown remix—of course I love the beat, but at that time a lot of people were on Chris Brown as a human being. And I know he’d gone through his troubles or whatever and I just was like—I just wanted to stand by him and be like, Hey, you know, you can’t really charge a man forever and condemn a man forever.”
Andre 3000 also recently shot down any plans of a Outkast album for the forseeable future in a recent interview with GQ, but plans to release another solo effort.
To check out everything that Stacks had to say, check out the full interview at the FADER
As reported by HHWired