Goodie Mob appeared on The Breakfast Club earlier this morning to open up about their long-awaited album Age Against The Machine, their split, having problems with their label, their mission statement in 2013 and more.
The Atlanta rap collective says their latest effort was “well planned out,” and it’s clear that they intend to change the fabric of the culture with this project. Big Gipp was adamant in saying that Hip-Hop is sorely imbalanced content wise.
This influenced Goodie Mobb, as elder statesmen in the game, to create a LP with a specific goal in mind.
“We’re fighting for the civil rights of Hip-Hop right now,” group member Khujo said on their mission. “It look real bad for our culture as far as the type of music that we do. As far as other genres of music, you don’t see that type of foolishness going on. You don’t see no bootlegging going on in other people music. It’s just our music.”
See the full interview below.
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