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You Can Stay Where Outkast Created ‘Ms. Jackson’ On Airbnb

by : Daniel Richardson on : 17 Jun 2021 19:16
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You can now stay where OutKast recorded one of their most renowned breakout hits, thanks to Airbnb. 

OutKast had an incredible multi-platinum-selling career before they disbanded. One half of the group, Big Boi, has now offered fans a unique chance to stay in the studio that saw the duo make their famous tracks.

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As part of a collaboration with Airbnb to celebrate the 25th anniversary of ATLiens, Big Boi’s hosting 3 overnight stays at the Atlanta home, known as The Dungeon, in late June and early July. While many would expect this to be an expensive visit, the stay will cost people just $25 (USD) for the night.

Big Boi shared a video of the property on Instagram:

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The tickets are being sold on a first-come-first-serve basis and those lucky enough to get a stay will be treated to the home’s legendary basement that saw the artists record some of their best-known songs. Not only that, but the walls feature the signed albums of the band’s biggest albums.

There’s also a new state of the art studio which has been decked out with Yamaha audio equipment. Safe to say, the dungeon has seen some improvements after the duo reached world stardom.

Those who get involved with the offer on Airbnb will also be helping out a good cause. The money raised by the collaboration will go to the Atlanta Public Schools Music Department to expand resources for K-12 students.

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Daniel Richardson

After graduating from university, Dan went on to work with a variety of tech startups and media outlets. These included the likes of The Hook, WhatCulture and Game Rant. Eventually, Dan found a home for his journalism at UNILAD.

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