Rick Ross previously said that Andre 3000 was working on the video treatment for “Sixteen,” a collaboration off his latest album God Forgives, I Don’t. But according to Three Stacks, the clip won’t see the light of day due to timing.

During an interview with Global Grind, the OutKast member explained that he ended up focusing on another project and it prevented him from doing the treatment for the song. While he wasn’t able to knock it out, he says that he’s going to learn how to direct and try to skills behind the camera.

“It actually didn’t happen because of timing,” he said. “I got into another project. I really hated that we didn’t get that going, but I am looking into film, going down that path, because I’ve always been into ideas and even early OutKast videos, I’ve always been part of the concept and what it’s going to look like. I just didn’t have the skill. So I’m trying to learn and teach myself how I can get these ideas out. So I’m going to be behind the camera.”

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