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Goodie Mob On ‘People’s Party With Talib Kweli’

Goodie Mob On 'People's Party With Talib Kweli'

In this episode of “People’s Party With Talib Kweli,” Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with Atlanta hip hop pioneers:

GOODIE MOB

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’.

“People’s Party With Talib Kweli” is also available to give a listen via Spotify | SoundCloud | Google Play | Apple

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