It’s Not Too Early To Dream Up Your Ideal Outkast Reunion Setlist

Start dreaming up your ideal setlists now: Outkast is getting back together for a tour in 2014.

No dates have been officially confirmed yet, but a Coachella headlining spot is all but a done deal, according to Sleepy Brown. Revolt TV was the first to break the OMG news, writing, “The shows will mark the duo’s first appearances onstage together since 2004, with sources telling REVOLT to expect…multiple festival dates in the coming year. We’re told the reunion is currently set to exist solely in the live setting, with no new album, for now.”

OK, so, from Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, they have to do “Player’s Ball,” before moving onto the title track from ATLiens and “Babylon” and “Elevators (Me & You)” and “Millennium,” oh boy, here’s where it gets tough with their string of masterpieces, but from Aquemini, please dust off “Return of the ‘G’,” “Rosa Parks” (“ROSA PARKS”!), “Da Art of Storytellin’ (Pt. 1),” and if they can get Raekwon, “Skew It on the Bar-B.” *takes deep breath* Now Stankonia: “Gasoline Dreams,” “Ms. Jackson,” “We Luv Deez Hoez,” “Slum Beautiful,” and maybe the greatest single of the 2000s, “B.O.B.” followed by another of this century’s best songs, “Hey Ya!” as well as “Ghetto Musick,” “The Way You Move,” “Church,” “Prototype,” “She Lives In My Lap,” and “Roses,” then lastly, “Call the Law.”

So, yeah, that.

(Via Revolt TV)