CeeLo isn’t the only Goodie Mob rapper currently dipped in struggle. Khujo Goodie and his wife and four children are at risk of getting booted from their home due to foreclosure.
Aside from all the partying and bullsh*tting, drug running, gun busting, twerking and molly popping, rap can be an emotional genre with substance, at times. And we ain’t talking about that emo, “My girl dumped me…I’m trying to find myself after becoming famous” cornball ish either.
In the nine-year span between their last album together, the Goodie Mob will return to the charts this week with their fifth body of work, Age Against The Machine. Kicking off a U.S. tour in Washington, D.C. in support of the new record, the “Dirty South” representatives blazed through tracks both old and new.
Goodie Mob fans are ecstatic about the groups long-awaited Age Against The Machine. As they await its proper release (August 27), followers can listen to the album for free via a live stream courtesy of Amazon.
Goodie Mob return with yet another new track from their Age Against the Machine album. This time the quartet connects with fellow ATLien T.I. on a track called “Pinstripes.”
Goodie Mob appeared on MTV RapFix yesterday to promote their new LP, Age Against The Machine, but the conversation extended way past that. Since they’re the closest to Outkast, and namely André 3000, host Sway Calloway thought it appropriate to ask about the prolific MC’s rumored solo project.
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.