It was an epic night in ATL. The One Music Festival went down in the city yesterday (Sept. 10) which featured a Dungeon Family reunion - most notably the return of the almighty OutKast to the stage.

Overall it was an OG A-Town showcase with performances reminiscent of the Atlanta's birthing era from Goodie Mob, Killer Mike and Organized Noize. But what is better than arguably the best rap duo of all time backed by a live band?

Daddy Fat Saxx and 3K first joined Goodie Mob to perform their hits "Dirty South" and "Black Ice." Kast then took over running through classic tracks like "Hootie Hoo," "SpottieOttieDopaliscious" and "So Fresh, So Clean."

It's been two years since OutKast graced the stage together, embarking on a nationwide tour in 2014 that saw them rip stages across the country, performing at over 40 festivals.

While many thought the tour would be enough to get the ATLiens back in the studio and working on a new album, nothing has materialized. Maybe this show will provide the spark needed to get the dynamic duo making records again.

What has been up for discussion is the possibility of a OutKast biopic. During a Ask Me Anything session on Reddit last September, a fan asked Sir Lucious about the chances of the duo’s life story getting a film version like Straight Outta Compton. “Me and Dre were just discussing this over Labor Day. Stay tuned,” he responded.

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