Legendary Hip-Hop group Goodie Mob have been tugging on the emotions of fans since announcing plans to release their next album, Age Against the Machine. After countless delays your hearts can quit palpitating, as we receive news that the project will indeed release June 18.
The announcement was made by Cee-Lo Green’s manager Larry Mestel, who spilled the beans in an interview with Fuse.
“When he’s not on stage [for Las Vegas show Cee Lo Is Loberace], he’s in the studio down the block making music for the new Goodie Mob record and the new Cee Lo Green album coming in October,” said Mestel, who described the Dungeon Family collective’s latest work as “future-sounding.”
“It’s not really what you would think Goodie Mob would be. I think people will be surprised in a positive way when they hear it.”
According to Mestel, Goodie Mob are also planning to put together a tour to promote the album. Dates for the shows should be forthcoming.
Considering that it’s been nine years since the last Goodie Mob album and 14 since founding member Cee-Lo appeared with the group on 1999’s World Party, this should be quite the quicker picker-upper for those anxiously waiting for Age Against the Machine to hit shelves.
Read more in depth about Goodie Mob’s plans in the full sit down Fuse here.
Photo: Kevin Mazur
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