In 2004, Outkast were on top of the world, with Speakerboxxx/The Love Below taking home three Grammy Awards including the night's top prize of Album of the Year. By that time, in February of 2004, the double disc had gone platinum nine times over. The above clip then, from Tim Westwood's seemingly bottomless vault not only shows Big Boi rapping for five-plus minutes truly off the top, but serves as a time capsule of sorts, capturing the rapper at moment when the spotlight was at its brightest.

Durng the free, Big Boi tries to obey the DJ's no-cursing policy and works in an apology when he mistakenly doesn't. General Patton goes in over Jay Z's "Encore" and Obie Trice's "The Set Up," rapping "It’s a New York beat, I like New York player, I like New York streets." Elsewhere, he takes up some humorous narration, rapping "I got my lips stuck cause my lips got dry, I’m drinking liquor and I’m not high."

Previous Westwood throwbacks include freestyles from Jay Z, Cam'ron, The Fugees, and Method Man and Redman, the two showcasing the same chemistry that went into their first joint album Blackout! overtop Pharoahe Monch’s “Simon Says” and Dr. Dre’s “Still D.R.E.”  for 25 minutes.

Check Big Boi's 2004 freestyle up above, with the remaining contents in Westwood's bag of tricks containing near infinite potential. The most recent new music from Big came with  his September release of Big Grams with Phantogram.

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