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That Outkast performance at Coachella was one of the most disappointing things I’ve ever seen.

What a disgracefully flat crowd that didn’t really understand what/who they were listening to.

I feel bad for 3000. He looked uncomfortable to begin the show. But by the end of the performance, he seemed annoyed and disinterested with the thought like, “oh yeah, this is why I stepped away from music.”

When he asked the crowd, “how many bitches and how many hoes are here?” I don’t think he was just messing around. I felt that he had already lost respect and interest in the audience. He had his back turned to them for “Hey Ya” singing the song with no real passion or energy; in a sense giving them no satisfaction in the only song they probably were expecting to hear.

Big Boi did his best to salvage the crowd and get 3000 to come along, but I just feel like songs like “Elevators” and “Gasoline Dreams” are beyond that audience. They didn’t understand the darkness, the ambiance, and mystique of those songs. There’s a commentary in the lyrics that just does not connect with that sort of “party” crowd.

The crickets when Janelle Monae came out? On and on and on. Garbage crowd.

The people that would have appreciated it couldn’t afford to come to that.

Seriously, every Outkast show is totally out of my price range, I can’t be the only one

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