André 3000 Unveils Tour Dates for “New Blue Sun” Album

Outkast rapper André 3000 is set to embark on a series of tour dates in support of his recent experimental flute album, ‘New Blue Sun.’ The surprise 87-minute project, released last year, features collaborations with jazz luminaries, creating a serene and innovative opus that has captivated audiences.

Starting next week, André 3000 will hit the road across the United States, accompanied by collaborators from ‘New Blue Sun’ such as Carlos Niño, Nate Mercereau, Surya Botofasina, and Deantoni Parks. Tickets for the tour go on sale today at 10 am local time, offering fans a unique opportunity to experience the groundbreaking album in a live setting.

The attention-grabbing aspect of ‘New Blue Sun’ extends beyond its experimental sound, with the tracklist boasting unusually intricate and wordy titles. Notable examples include ‘I swear, I Really Wanted To Make A “Rap” Album But This Is Literally The Way The Wind Blew Me This Time’ and ‘The Slang Word P(*)ssy Rolls Off The Tongue With Far Better Ease Than The Proper Word Vagina. Do You Agree?,’ as well as the poetically titled ‘Dreams Once Buried Beneath The Dungeon Floor Slowly Sprout Into Undying Gardens.’

In addition to his solo endeavors, André 3000 has teased a collaboration with the enigmatic collective SAULT, hinting at creative studio sessions. On a different note, Ja Rule has expressed being “heartbroken” over André 3000’s decision to step away from rap, revealing the rapper’s reluctance to continue in the genre.