André 3000 Net Worth

What Is André 3000 Worth?

André 3000's Net Worth is $45 million

2002

In 2002, Outkast discharged a biggest hits collection, Big Boi and Dre Present… OutKast which contained three new tracks. One track, “The Whole World”, won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. Soon thereafter, Benjamin partook in the Dungeon Family assemble a collection, which saw various conspicuous Atlanta-based hip-bounce bunches consolidate into a supergroup. In 2002, André 3000 was referenced on the tune “Till I Collapse” by Eminem, who thought of him as one of the best rappers ever.

2003-2006

In 2003, Outkast discharged Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a twofold collection which highlighted the distinctions in the melodic styles of the gathering’s two individuals. Benjamin’s half of the collection, The Love Below, earned the most consideration from standard groups of onlookers, with the prevalent singles “Hello Ya!” and “Roses”. The collection’s fourth single and video (Benjamin’s third), “Model”, was discharged soon after. Enormous Boi’s Speakerboxxx brought forth the main ten hit “The Way You Move” and the generally fruitful “Ghetto Musick”. The Love Below was, not at all like Speakerboxxx, an activity in the funk, jazz, and option music, including sung vocals from Benjamin (rather than rapped). Moving Stone contrasted Benjamin with an independent shake Little Richard” on Outkast’s 2003 Number 1 universal hit ‘Hello Ya!” and later announced the hit one of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, In 2006, Outkast discharged their 6th collection as a gathering, Idlewild. The collection filled in as a soundtrack to the gathering’s melodic film Idlewild. The film focused on life in the 1930s setting and the collection took impacts from the music of that period, especially blues. Benjamin had a couple rapped verses on the collection, including on the primary single “Compelling O”, yet for the most part stayed with singing as he had on The Love Below. The collection really put off the arrival of the showy Idlewild, as Andre 3000 and Big Boi were focused more on the generation of the music than the motion picture. In an odd unforeseen development, the motion picture was done before the collection was, and therefore, the motion picture was put off about a year. This was on the grounds that the team of Outkast and its partners’ had built up making a motion picture before the arrival of one of their initial collections, Aquemini. Along these lines, when it at long last came time to team up as a gathering on the film, they had the vast majority of the points of interest worked out, including a script, as expressed by Andre 3000 himself in a meeting he had directed with Billboard in 2006.

2014

In January 2014, it was reported that Outkast would rejoin to praise their twentieth commemoration by performing at more than 40 celebrations worldwide amid the spring/summer of 2014, start with a feature spot at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California in April.

André 3000 Biography

André Lauren Benjamin, better known by his stage name André 3000, is an American rapper, vocalist, lyricist, record maker, artist, and performer, best known for being a piece of hip bounce twosome Outkast close by kindred rapper Big Boi.

In secondary school, Benjamin (who was then executing as “Andre”) met Antwan “Enormous Boi” Patton. Benjamin and Patton collaborated to frame Outkast. Soon after moving on from secondary school, the pair was marked to the Atlanta-based LaFace name and discharged their introduction collection, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, in 1994. Floated by the accomplishment of the single “Player’s Ball”, the collection went platinum before the year’s over and Outkast was named Best New Rap Group of the Year at the 1995 Source Awards. On their next two collections, ATLiens and Aquemini, Outkast tried different things with their sound by including components of outing jump, soul, and wilderness. The collections were additionally affected by an arrival to conventional dark music kinds, funk being the prime illustration. With Outkast’s depiction of themselves as strange extraterrestrials in ATLiens, “the funkadelic, modern, and apparently new, unusual, or erratic persona anticipated by André 3000 makes the opportunity to rise above the more articulated portrayals of gangstas and pimps so consistently expected by dark men rap specialists.” Outkast’s unmistakable southern “player” style is consolidated with these Afrofuturistic components to make another, one of a kind space for their image of rap inside pop culture. Benjamin’s verses, specifically, went up against a more strange, space-age tinge. Inside the season of his second and third collections, Benjamin took up the guitar, painting, and another association with artist Erykah Badu. Outkast’s fourth collection, Stankonia, presented Benjamin’s new nom de plume André 3000 (to a great extent to separate himself from Dr. Dre and his new persona after the finish of his relationship) and expanded the gathering’s hybrid interest with the single “Ms. Jackson”, which hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The tune was composed in the consequence of Benjamin’s separation with Badu and was a fictionalized record of the crumbling of their relationship.

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