OutKast's Big Boi debuts new track 'She Hates Me' – listen

Hip-hop star’s latest cut is a collaboration with Kid Cudi

OutKast's Big Boi debuts new track 'She Hates Me' – listen

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OutKast’s Big Boi has debuted a new track titled ‘She Hates Me’ – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The song, which is a collaboration with rapper Kid Cudi, is the latest cut to be taken from the hip-hop star’s forthcoming new LP 'Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumours', which is the follow-up to his solo debut, 2010's 'Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty'.

He has teamed up with a host of guest artists on the album, which is due out on December 11 including Cudi and Little Dragon in addition to A$AP Rocky and Kelly Rowland, who both featured on his recent singles. Other artists on the 14-track record include TI and Ludacris.

Although the rapper recently admitted that he was desperate to work with singer Kate Bush, she doesn't feature on his second solo LP.

The full tracklisting for 'Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumours' is as follows:

'Ascending'
'The Thickets' feat. Sleepy Brown
'Apple Of My Eye'
'Objectum Sexuality' feat. Phantogram
'In The A' feat. T.I. & Ludacris
'She Hates Me' feat. Kid Cudi
'CPU' feat. Phantogram
'Thom Pettie' feat. Little Dragon & Killer Mike
'Mama Told Me' feat. Kelly Rowland
'Lines' feat. A$AP Rocky & Phantogram
'Shoes For Running' feat. B.o.B. & Wavves
'Raspberries' feat. Mouche & Scar
'Tremendous' Damage feat. Bosko
Descending' feat. Little Dragon


The rapper recently spoke out to deny there was any "beef" between him and his OutKast bandmate Andre 3000. He had seemingly made disparaging remarks about his fellow hip-hop star in an interview with the Village Voice, but later took to Twitter to insist his comments had been "sarcastic" and accused people discussing a feud between the pair of being as "slow as hell".



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