Released: 28th May 2001.
"So Fresh, So Clean" is maybe not quite as accessible as "Ms Jackson", but nevertheless, it has been given just as much promotion, and deserves to do just as well. But can anyone explain the meaning of "You're so Anne Frank"? It almost sounds like Cockney rhyming slang - not that Outkast would know any, surely.
Unlike Shaggy, dealing with the follow up to a massive single hasn't proved successful for Outkast. This new offering is nowhere as catchy as "Ms Jackson". Actually, it's not catchy at all. Who chose this to be a single? Is there really no better song on the album? If so, then Outkast might be another one-hit-wonder, at least for the mainstream pop scene.