OutKast get animated

Andre 3000 to make cartoon debut

OutKast get animated
Outkast’s Andre 3000’s cartoon series ’Class Of 3000’ is set to make its television debut.

Although an exact transmission date has yet to be confirmed, the show is set to begin on The Cartoon Network in November.

The show focuses on the character Sunny Bridges, who turns his back on his celebrity life (which has included winning 27 Grammy awards and a Nobel Prize) to become a music teacher.

Sunny teaches the likes of Lil’ D, Tamika, Philly Phil, Madison, Eddie and twins Kim and Kam.

Each episode of ’Class Of 3000’ will feature a new song recorded by Andre 3000 and an animated music video.

Allhiphop reports that the cartoon is produced in conjunction with Andre 3000’s Atlanta-based production company Moxie.

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