I've written before about having a dream concerning something cool that I wish existed but doesn't. In the past, it was a sequel to, "Wednesday Comics," with impossible creative teams. Well, I had another dream that was really cool and I was mad when I woke up because I'd say it's about a 99.9% chance it'll never happen. I dreamt I was watching television and OutKast were on stage with Kendrick Lamar doing a press conference. Andre 3000 was there saying how Kendrick made him believe in rap again and he as well as Big Boi would be doing a collaborative album with Kendrick in addition to their own new OutKast album after all these years.
Big Boi then got on the mic and said he was always willing to do more music as OutKast but wanted to let Andre have as much time as needed, followed by Kendrick talking and saying how honored he was to be working with OutKast. A reporter in the audience then asked if any songs had been recorded yet. All three broke into a sly grin and said, "Yes," and that they would be premiering it right now. Then they pulled out a CD player (it's a dream, don't question it) and hooked it up to a big stereo speaker. Kendrick pushed play on it...and I woke up. Yeah, I was mad waking up from that.
The odds of a new OutKast album are slim-to-none but maybe Big Boi or Andre 3000 will appear on a track with Kendrick Lamar sometime. That said, I'd really like a brand new OutKast album at some point, whether it be in a team-up with Kendrick Lamar or their own rad LP. Maybe I can at least hope some of that tenth of a percent can happen?