Big Boi puts the Dungeon family home on Airbnb

Big Boi and Airbnb are celebrating Black Music Month with an exciting opportunity for OutKast and Dungeon Family fans. The two have announced that they are officially listing the Dungeon Family home in Atlanta for US $ 25 a night on select dates in June and July.

“The Dungeon is where André 3000 and I spent countless hours writing songs and producing beats that became Outkast’s first albums,” the music legend wrote in the SEO. Guests who book overnight stays scheduled for June 29, July 1, and July 3 will receive guided access to The Dungeon’s basement, where OutKast and Goodie Mob have recorded some of their greatest hits and a cutting edge studio. technology. with Yamaha audio equipment, plus a special ride to and from home (within Atlanta city limits) in a rock climbing. The Dungeon will also offer relaxation rooms designed to commemorate the important Atlanta locations that inspired the songs of the Dungeon Family, and guests will be allowed to simply relax and listen to the records in the room.

“Atlanta is my home and I grew up with the Dungeon family in this home. We spent hours hanging out in the basement, writing nursery rhymes and composing rhythms all night long. Since purchasing the house, I have been delighted to open its doors and welcome the next generation of artists to the space who have inspired countless songs, ”Big Boi said in a declaration. “In recognition of the significant impact music education has had on my own career, Airbnb will make a one-time donation to the Atlanta Public Schools Music Department to expand resources and improve access to music education for children. kindergarten to grade 12. ”

Overnight stays are priced at US $ 25 in honor of the 25th anniversary of the OutKast ATLiens, but are only open to customers in the United States to minimize risk from COVID-19. Those interested can request to book The Dungeon on June 25.

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