The Georgia based house coined ‘The Dungeon’ where OutKast recorded some of their biggest hits is now available to rent on Airbnb.
Atlanta collective The Dungeon Family, which features the likes of André 3000, Sleepy Brown, Goodie Mob and Big Boi, will rent out the house for three nights only starting this month.
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Big Boi bought the home in Lakewood Heights just two years ago, where he transformed The Dungeon into a shrine for his and André 3000’s OutKast. The duo recorded some of their most popular tracks in the house over 20 years ago.
“I’M AN AIRBNB HOST! The Dungeon is now on Airbnb and ready for guests. Who’s comin???” announced Big Boi on Instagram on Friday alongside a picture of him in front of the notorious Atlanta house.
As part of Airbnb’s contribution to Black Music Month, the artist will host the home for just three days on June 29, July 1 and July 3 for just $25 a night, supposedly a nod to the duo’s ‘ATLiens’ 25th anniversary.
“The Dungeon is where André 3000 and I spent countless hours writing songs and producing beats that became Outkast’s early albums. Atlanta taught me the power of community, so in celebration of Black Music Month, I’m inviting fans into the home where Southern hip hop was born,” reads the Airbnb description written by Georgian rapper Big Boi.
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OutKast and Goodie Mob were amongst the Southern collective of artists who recorded tracks in the basement of the home, which originally belonged to Organized Noize founder Rico Wade’s mother.
Bookings for The Dungeon start on June 25 at 6:PM BST. Take a look at the Atlanta home here.
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