Nearly every major OutKast hit is lyrically sorrowful and set to a ridiculously funky tune that comes off uplifting in nature, but with twangs of pain layered in. The contrast is always stunning, and one might be surprised to consider just how many of their singles, varied brilliance though they are, evidence this similar kind of genius contrast. Just a few examples working backwards: "Hey Ya!" (see all of its sad acoustic YouTube covers from way back), "Ms. Jackson" (largely inspired by André's relationship with Erykah Badu and her mother), "B.O.B. (Bombs Over Baghdad)", and one of my personal favorite songs of all time, "Elevators (Me and You)", whose lyrics are so cleverly profound as to go over even the savviest of heads, especially at the end.
This isn't getting so much into chart specifics as it is "the constellative quality of the archetype," as Jung put it, but these kinds of exercises are helpful in seeing the archetypal at work in the brilliance of particular humans. Cheers~