UGK Feat. OutKast – Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You)


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Observe André 3000’s birthday by paying attention to his radiant refrain on UGK’s “Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You).”

Today, May 27, denotes the 46th birthday celebration of one of Hip-Hop’s unequaled most loved Geminis: André 3000. As one portion of the dearest Atlanta rap outfit OutKast, Three Stacks acquired his spot in the hearts of Hip-Hop fans by really acting naturally, and one tune that genuinely represents André’s independence is UGK’s “Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You).”

“Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You)” filled in as the second single from UGK’s 2007 studio collection Underground Kingz, and despite the fact that it has gone down in Hip-Hop history as a bonafide Southern work of art, it initially battled to come around. In the wake of being racked by Sony as an UGK and Three 6 Mafia joint effort, UGK was constant and chosen to tap OutKast all things considered.


Nonetheless, after getting André 3000’s refrain, Pimp C wasn’t content with the OutKast craftsman’s commitment, as André purportedly eliminated the drums from his stanza without either Pimp C or Bun B’s assent. Fortunately, Pimp C ultimately acknowledged Three Stack’s imaginative interpretation of his refrain, and the rest is history.

With a refrain brimming with quotable verses, the Love Below craftsman indeed demonstrated that he was incredible. He broadly rapped that “Spaceships don’t come outfitted with rearview mirrors,” and he’s been on an extraordinary course from that point forward. Out of appreciation for his enduring uniqueness, observe Three Stacks’ life by watching the video for “Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You)” underneath.

Glad birthday, André 3000!

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