Listen to the Reunited Goodie Mob’s ‘Age Against the Machine’ Album
It's been 14 years since we've heard the Goodie Mob together on an album. That's a looong hiatus. Thankfully, the Atlanta foursome will return on Aug. 27 with a new LP, 'Age Against the Machine.'
The collection is full of cacophonous sounds and insightful rhymes about social injustice, inner-city life and black empowerment, which will remind rap heads of their classic debut LP, 'Soul Food.'
Goodie Mob told NPR recently that 'Age Against the Machine' is a hip-hop album for adults.
'It depicts our journey as a group and where we've come from and how we started and some of the trials and tribulations that life has take us through," explains Goodie Mob member T-Mo.
"Oh, because it's not rage, it's age," adds Cee Lo Green. "Because it's experience and inside a war of words, wisdom is the weapon of choice."
"So, at this point in our career, after all that we've accomplished -- we've become elder statesmen if you will and we've just come back to better the balance and even a better balance between us personally," he continues. "It's something that's imperative, it's urgent and I believe that information is equality. So I think it will balance the playing field."
You can listen to Goodie Mob's 'Age Against the Machine' on Amazon.com until Aug. 26. The album hits shelves Aug. 27.