The Bottom Line
- Solid collaboration
- Big Boi's new single from Sir Luscious Left Foot
- "Royal Flush" features Andre 3000 and Raekwon
- Sir Luscious Left Foot is Big Boi's first solo album
Guide Review - Big Boi - "Royal Flush" (Featuring Andre 3000 and Raekwon)
One of the best attributes of Andre 3000 and Big Boi is their willingness to reinvent the OutKast sound with every new step along the way. Big Boi carries on that tradition on "Royal Flush," the first single from his solo album Sir Luscious Left Foot.
Interestingly enough, it's Dre who registers the longest verse on the song. No one's complaining though. How could we, when he's cranking out intoxicating rhymes like, "Crack and I have a lot in coming. We both come up in the 80s and we keep that bass pumping."
Big Boi and Raekwon also post some poignant lines of their own, but Dre's verse will stick to your memory even after "Royal Rush" has pumped out its last bass. Then you hit the repeat button. This isn't simply OutKast music, it's that crack music.