In this episode of “People’s Party With Talib Kweli,” Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with Atlanta hip hop pioneers:
Below is what they’ll be exploring with a group that showed us all “The South got something to say“:
- Goodie Mob’s name standing for “The good die mostly over bullshit”
- The legendary ‘Dungeon’ studio and Organized Noize’s signature sound.
- Being influenced by Milton William Cooper’s book ‘Behold a Pale Horse’.
- Khujo’s car crash that resulted in the amputation of part of his leg.
- The mixed response coming from the release of their ‘World Party’ album.
- Cee-Lo’s hiatus from the group and how the other members viewed his solo success.
- Having to curb their southern slang when interviewing in Europe.
- Representing for Black women throughout their music.
- Politicians using Georgia voters as political pawns.
- How they felt when they got back together in 2013 for ‘Age Against The Machine’.