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7 Amazing Vintage OutKast Clips

As the celebrated hip hop group return to the stage this weekend at Coachella, check out these rare clips from their early years

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Early Days at the Dungeon

In this two-minute clip from Yo! MTV Raps, we get a brief look at OutKast's home in Atlanta, their famed recording studio "The Dungeon." Or as they describe it, "Where all the beats are made." So young looking!

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Kicking It Like Bruce Lee

This early freestyle was shot at Atlanta's Dekalb High School in 1994. He kicks it like Bruce Lee!

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Back in the Dungeon

Fab 5 Five Freddy interviews a shirtless Andre 3000 and Big Boi in The Dungeon. "Me and my buddies listen to the old school," Big Boi said. "We're just trying to put Atlanta out there."

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Bringing the South to Los Angeles

Seen here at a 1994 show in Redondo Beach, California, a young OutKast perform "Myintrotoletuknow" from their recently released debut album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik.

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OutKast to the Extreme

You don't often see interviews done in a hotel room, but that's just what this 1998 clip is: A 10-minute Q&A featuring a laid-back Dre and Big Boi discussing their new album Aquemini, the state of hip hop and "their formula." "This album is like OutKast extreme," Dre says.

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The Teen Summit Star

Although the quality is fuzzy, this funky 1997 BET clip shows OutKast performing "Elevators" and "ATLiens." The real star of this video? Andre's yellow crochet cap. 

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Stealing the Show on 'Soul Train'

You probably don't remember rapper Cool Breeze—that's okay, he came out of OutKast's "Dungeon Family"—but in this classic Soul Train clip, Andre 3000 steals the show with his flow. 

Check out 13 vintage pics of OutKast back in the day. 

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