Outkast is considered one of the most influential groups in Hip Hop and some would say music. The duo that consist of Andre 3000 and Big Boi put Atlanta or the south on the map for that matter. What made them unique was their songs were conscience as if they were part of The Native Tongues (collective group of A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Jungle Brothers, & Queen Latifah), but their appearance stood out as well. Big Boi style was the classic Hip Hop B Boy attire and at times he wore a fresh pair of gators just to let you know the south is still up in here. And Andre 3000 always pushed the envelope by wearing turbans, platinum wigs, and marching band uniforms. So Andre 3000 sat down with Complex and discusses Young Thug and how he does not want to do music forever. 3000 praises Young Thug and describes how the rap game is like boxing,\u00a0\u201cHe\u2019s exciting,\u201d 3000 said. \u201cThere\u2019s no box. He\u2019s all over the place. To do those things he does, you have to have big\u00a0f---in\u2019 balls. It\u2019s almost harder than the guy who\u2019s portraying hard, you know? It\u2019s kind of mind-f---ing people. It\u2019s saying, 'Don\u2019t get too comfortable with me.' That\u2019s one of my mottos: Don\u2019t let people get too comfortable with what you\u2019re doing.\u201d \u201cRapping is like being a boxer,\u201d he\u00a0said. \u201cNo matter how great you are or were at a certain time, the older you get, the slower you get -- I don\u2019t care who you are. And I can feel that coming on. There\u2019s always a new wave of artists, and sometimes I\u2019m just like, \u2018I\u2019m good. I\u2019ll let the young guys do it.\u2019 And whenever they reach out and say, \u2018Hey, let\u2019s try something,\u2019 I\u2019m with helping them. I\u2019m doing it more for them than for my own self. I don\u2019t get much happiness from doing music like that -- I get happiness from pleasing who I\u2019m working with, and helping them, and seeing them be excited.\u201d He also talks about how over time that his love on making music has diminished and he is content if Outkast does not record another album,\u201cI kind of like not being a part of , now that I\u2019ve done it,\u201d he said. \u201cAs I get older, I start to see myself move more back from it -- the hustle and bustle of putting out an album, the pressure of being in the studio trying to come up with something. Now it\u2019s more like a hobby for me, so I don\u2019t think about it in that way."