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For those keeping score, it took three to four years for Big Boi to finally see his solo debut hit shelves, in July 2010. The wait was more than worth it, though, as critics and fans alike instantly loved Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty. Sure, label issues kept his Outkast partner, Andre 3000, from making an appearance, aside from producing highlight "You Ain't No DJ." And the world certainly could have used it a year or two earlier. But those complaints instantly faded once the album surfaced. And just a day after his solo debut's release, he announced he was working on Daddy Fat Sax: Soul Funk Crusader. Details remain scarce at about his sophomore effort, but expect this page to be updated when more information is revealed. Don't be shocked if Andre 3000 stops by for real this time, though, and if we see more appearances from YelaWolf, Sleepy Brown, and others.

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