Update: Apparently, Goodie Mob’s marketing for Age Against The Machine was a bit confusing for us, and the “full” version of the album art had not been revealed. So here it is…… Here is the album art for Goodie Mob’s upcoming Aug. 27th release, Age Against The Machine. Cee-Lo is a part of the project [cont.]
New material from the Goodie Mob, as premiered by LA Leakers. This may or may not make their 2013 reunion LP, Age Against The Machine.
“I think it’s time.” Goodie Mob member Big Gipp talks to SoulCulture in a New York hotel days before the anticipated Goodie Mob reunion concert in Atlanta on 19 Sept 2009. He talks about why the group have reunited, why Cee-lo is such an integral member of the group, how it affected him when he [cont.]
Reunited Goodie Mob performs this track that they debuted at The Grammy’s a few months back.
Cee-Lo and company perform their new track “Fight To Win”, along side a cover of The Beasties’ “Fight For Your Right To Party”.
Looks like that Goodie Mob reunion album is getting closer to fruition. This however, comes from the soundtrack to The Obama Effect, in theaters July 13th.
Cee-Lo reunites The Goodie Mob for this appearance on NBC’s The Voice. Check the studio version below.
The great Cee-Lo Green announced via Twitter yesterday that he has two projects planned, both “coming soon”. Goodie Mob will reunite for Age Against The Machine, while his next solo LP will be titled Cee-Lo Green Is…. Everybody’s Brother.
The 2011 Soul Train awards had a fitting tribute to the late Heavy D, featuring Big Daddy Kane, Doug E. Fresh, Goodie Mob, Naughty By Nature, Kurtis Blow, and more.
Quite a gem here, discovered by JimmyJon…. The Roots and Goodie Mob live on Atlanta, GA on 88.5 Rhythm & Vibes Radio Show at Georgia State University, with hosts Talib Shabaz and Randall Moore. Tracklist: 1. freestyle – Rahzel, Black Thought, Kamal, Goodie Mob 19:18 2. Goodie Mob interview 1 9:35 3. Goodie Mob interview [cont.]
Footage from the GOOD DIE Mostly Over Bullshit reunion that took place at Tabernacle last week…. Big up to Taffakia, who seemed to capture most of the show in great quality….
Before even discussing the music, it is worthwhile to note that Goodie Mob’s latest release is one of the most aptly titled albums to come out in a long time. When the group first jumped out onto the national hip-hop scene in 1995, they already had a monkey on their back– no matter what [cont.]
What you really know about the Dirty South? Among the things they got are scorching weather, good barbecue, fine ass women, a deep devotion to God and that distinctive musical sound. No one holds it down better for the ATL than Outkast and Goodie Mob can. Now with their 3rd album, Goodie Mob have shown they’ve been [cont.]
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