Big Boi Joining Andre 3000 On Frank Ocean's 'Pink Matter,' T.I.'s 'Sorry'

Big Boi and Andre 3000 don't even want to hear you mention "reunion" and "OutKast" in the same sentence these days, but fans who have been waiting to catch the two Atlanta rappers on new tracks together are in luck. Big Boi is set to add new verses to Frank Ocean's "Pink Matter" and T.I.'s "Sorry" both of which originally featured Andre 3000.

Big Boi got tongues wagging over the weekend with a Tumblr entry showing a scribbled verse, captioned, “Dropping a verse on this Frank Ocean Pink Matter."  The message seemed pretty clear and now it's confirmed that he'll be appearing on the track alongside his partner in rhyme, Andre 3000.

Frank Ocean initially hoped that the rappers would deliver their first collaboration in six years on his Channel Orange album, but Big Boi informed fans this summer via Twitter that, "Dre didn’t want an Outkast Record Coming out on anybody else LP."

Consequence of Sound reports that Big Boi will also be adding a verse to T.I.'s Trouble Man track "Sorry" which features a verse from Three Stacks.