What’s In My Bag?

Outkast’s Big Boi Goes Digging at Amoeba


Outkast‘s Big Boi recently went shopping at Amoeba Music in Hollywood for the store’s What’s in My Bag? series.

All of his picks were funky except for one: Kate Bush’s 2016 rock album, Before the Dawn. It turns out that the legendary rapper is a huge fan of Bush, citing her as one of his top three artists of all time alongside Bob Marley and N.W.A.

Big’s other picks were Funkadelic’s Cosmic Slop and Maggot Brain, Michael Jackson‘s Off the Wall and Dangerous, and his debut solo album, Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son of Chico Dusty.

Watch him discuss the albums above.

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Mark Ronson Goes Digging for Vinyl at Amoeba Music

Aside from producing hits for superstars like Amy Winehouse and Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson is an accomplished and respected figure in the DJ community. He’s also known for his eclectic taste in music, which has shaped his production style.
Recognizing Ronson’s in-depth knowledge of many genres, Amoeba Music invited him to go digging at their massive Hollywood store for their What’s In My Bag? series. Watch above to find out which records and CDs he picked up.
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A-Trak Goes Digging for Vinyl at Amoeba Music

A-Trak is an innovator known for embracing technology, but the legendary DJ/producer got his start on vinyl in the ’90s. For the latest episode of Amoeba Music’s What’s In My Bag?, A-Trak stops by their famous Hollywood store to go digging for wax.
His picks include records by friends such as Quasimoto and Boys Noize along with classics from Zapp, Biz Markie, Rare Earth and others. A-Trak also shares interesting facts and tidbits throughout about his career and music in general.
Related: DJ Jazzy Jeff & Z-Trip Go Digging at Amoeba Records

Disclosure Goes Digging at Amoeba Music

For Amoeba Music’s latest episode of What’s In My Bag?, electronic music duo Disclosure goes digging at the Hollywood store and discusses their picks. You might be surprised by some of the albums they select.
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