There they all are up there, feet joined together in a biologically unholy pair of Chucks: Damon Albarn’s gawky 2D, Jamie Hewitt’s sinister Murdoc, André 3000′s crypto-watchman, and James Murphy’s serene baboon sensei. And the collaboration sounds but exactly like you would expect it to sound. It’s patently obvious who is responsible for each element of the song. Besides the laconic 2D act, the bouncy 303 bassline bears the fingerprints of Albarn, while the supremely tight beat is Murphy’s creation through and through. The song’s highlight, though, belongs to André 3000 and his virtuosic verse that serves as the song’s tent pole. Like watching Ocean’s Eleven, you get the sense that these couple of guys had a blast in the studio together. Or at least a good enough time that an open plea for a new Outkast album closes out the party.