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Big Boi's Son Just Graduated From High School—And It Gave Fans The Outkast Reunion We've Been Waiting For

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You remember Outkast, right?

If not, where exactly were you during the 90s/early 2000s?


Outkast turned out some decade defining music such as "Hey Ya":


OutKast - Hey Ya! (Official Music Video) www.youtube.com

"Ms. Jackson,":


OutKast - Ms. Jackson www.youtube.com

and, of course, "Roses."


OutKast - Roses www.youtube.com

CAROLIIIIIIINE!

Outkast consisted of André "André 3000" Benjamin and Antwan "Big Boi" Patton.

They officially stopped making music together in 2006, but they live on forever in our hearts.

But fans are getting a little satisfaction today after photos and video of Big Boi's son, Cross Patton, surfaced, graduating from high school and heading to the University of Oregon:



And voila! There was Dré, in his best Thomas the Tank Engine couture.




Fans were ecstatic to see this reunion happening:






The last album Outkast released was Idlewild in late August, 2006, and then reunited one time at Coachella in 2014.

Otherwise, we don't see much of Outkast.







And isn't that photo the cutest?

We could get used to seeing Outkast reunite more. Hint hint, Dré and Big Boi.

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