Since then, André says that they have been working in the studio together he explains: “You know, we hung out, went to the studio, messed around a bit… yeah. And once I was turned on to them, I kind of listened to what was done before. I think they’d only had like one or two albums out at that time”.
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Peterson asks if any music had been recorded with SAULT which André replies: “We can look forward to it in the future.
“We’ve talked about me coming there [to London], actually, to work in the studio with them. But I’ve hung out [with them] in the studio here in LA before. You know, we messed around and played a lot of music,” he adds.
“But we’re hoping to do something a little bit more substantial, soon.”
The anonymous group of R&B, gospel, house and disco, recently made their live debut at Drumsheds, London which did cause division between fans as tickets cost around £100 each.
The release is entirely made up of solo instrumental flute tracks by the artists which marks a change of direction from the rapper.
Watch the moment André 3000 teases a collaboration with SAULT below.
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