In 1994, OutKast dropped the classic "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik." The album instantly put the Atlanta-based duo on the national radar, and they've been churning out dope material ever since. While the album's legendary status hasn't changed one bit, André 3000's personal style has undergone a drastic evolution in the 20 years since he and Big Boi became stars.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the classic, OutKast is making the performance rounds. If you were lucky enough to catch them at Coachella, or have tickets to an upcoming show, then you already know how dope the music is. But André's style is also something that helped the ATLien stand out from the pack. OutKast's music has pushed boundaries and expanded the hip-hop genre, but it still ain't got shit on André 3000's personal style evolution. In what is probably the widest-ranging spectrum of style for any hip-hop star, this is Style History: André 3000.

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