6. Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty (2010)
While fans waited in vain for close to a decade for an OutKast reunion, Big Boi took matters into his own hands. Mr. Antwan Patton unveiled a triumphant solo work that silenced many critics that at times viewed him as the Scottie Pippen to Mr. Andre Benjamin’s Michael Jordan. Not only was Sir Lucious Left Foot an inventive and eclectic work, it also proved (once again) that Big Boi is a dynamic, unconfined lyricist worthy of frequent rewinds. From the effervescent inventiveness of “Shutterbugg” and the thinking man’s trap music assault “General Patton,” to the eerie brilliance of “Fo Yo Sorrows,” this release is a worthy successor to OutKast’s unimpeachable legacy.