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CeeLo Green returned to his roots to perform with fellow Goodie Mob member Big Gipp, T-Mo and Khujo in Atlanta on Friday at Wolf Creek Amphitheater during the first night of Funk Fest. The two-day music fest showcasing classic R&B and hip-hop artists is celebrating its third year in Atlanta. (Photos by Robin Lori for…

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This week, Goodie MOB debuted a music video for “Amy,” arguably the most controversial song on their 2013 comeback album, Age Against the Machine. The track touches on the taboos surrounding interracial love, and on the surface, songs about uncomfortable race-related issues are the Mob’s calling card. The quartet made their reputation in the 1990s with topical music, after all.

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On the “A” w/Souleo If the influence of Goodie Mob were to be measured solely by the number of contemporary socially conscious Southern hip-hop artists, one might assume that the veteran group from Atlanta left virtually no mark. At least that’s the case according to group member Big Gipp. “The South gets a rap for…

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ONE Musicfest emerged in 2010 as one of the summer’s most anticipated festival concert series in Atlanta. Bridging the gap between Atlanta’s diverse communities, ONE Musicfest showcased a wide variety of musical talents spanning race, age and genre. Check out a few of the best moments from the fest below. –joi pearson @JoiAPearson Photos by Joi Pearson Photography

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One Musicfest brought some of the hottest performers to Atlanta, including Joey Bada$$, Goodie Mob, Goapele, Cee Lo and Erykah Badu. Snoop Dogg was the headliner. The fest was held in the historic Fourth Ward and featured some great vendors who brought out their intricate jewelry and watches, and new T-shirt lines. Sponsors included Mini…

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The Goodie Mob recently threw a private listening party for their new album Age Against the Machine. Held at Vinyl in Atlanta, the group discussed several songs from the new album and also performed their past hits, “Cell Therapy,” and “Soul Food.” The event was hosted by Maurice Garland with sounds by Moetown Lee. Click continue…

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  Birthday Bash was a great success held at Centennial Park. The city came out to enjoy the beautiful summer weather, great vendors and free concert with some of the hottest upcoming artist in the ATL. The event brought out family’s, friends, and a diverse crowd of fans who love hip hop

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