In it, the Atlanta-reared artists sit front row at a swimsuit fashion show where Big Boi wears a Roman Empire headpiece. Brown sneaks backstage to tell some of the models to “do ya best,” but when he leaves, they fight and yell at one another. Outside of the show, Big Boi and Brown groove on the beach with guest rapper Scotty ATL in front of a city skyline.
Big Sleepover reunited Big Boi and Brown in the studio for the first time in several years. The latter is best-known for his guest appearance on Outkast’s “The Way You Move,” a 2004 No. 1 hit on The Billboard Hot 100 and one of the most successful and recognizable songs of the decade. Big Boi and Brown saluted their Atlanta roots last fall when they performed with Killer Mike and Ludacris at the victory parade celebrating the Atlanta Braves’ World Series victory over the Houston Astros.
Big Boi has a handful of upcoming live appearances on tap, including June 17 at Middle Waves Music Festival in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. He is also executive-producing the new crime series Government Records and working on a new food-focused show, Big Boi’s Gotta Eat, which will find him exploring culinary culture across the United States.