Mike Bigga & Big Boi discuss their supergroup [Video] x “Ready Set Go” (Remix)


Eleven years ago, Mike Bigga, back then known solely as Killer Mike, made his studio album-major label debut on Outkast‘s Stankonia LP where he appeared on “Snappin’ & Trappin'”. Just over a year later, and by then signed to the Big Boi and Andre 3000 owned label Aquemini Records, he appeared on the Grammy Award winning song “The Whole World”, off OutKast’s greatest hits album Big Boi and Dre Present…OutKast.

Unfortunately, years later Killer Mike and Big Boi fell out which resulted in Killer leaving the label, where he released his critically acclaimed but commercially ignored debut album Monster. However, In August 2008 the two finally reconciled, which brought to an end their long standing beef, in which Killer Mike was reportedly involved in a physical altercation with friends and close associates of Big Boi.

Recently, Killer and Big Boi joined forced to collaborate on the official remix for Killer’s “Ready Set Go” joint, which also featured T.I. [Listen below]. As a result of wide spread positive reaction to the collaboration, the two, along with fellow lyrical ATLien Pill, have decided to form a group.

The Georgia-bred MCs sat down with Maurice Garland to talk about how their super group came about with Pill, who recently signed to Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group, the “Ready Set Go” remix and more.

Mike Bigga ft. Big Boi & T.I. – “Ready Set Go”