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Eleven years ago,  legendary Atlanta based hip-hop group Goodie Mob dropped their last album with the group’s full, original line-up.

After Cee Lo Green left the group following 1999’s World Party, the group released two more albums without him. The albums One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show and Livin’ Life As Lumberjacks weren’t well received by fans of the group.

Though Cee Lo has had a successful career outside of the group with his three solo albums and two albums with Danger Mouse as Gnarls Barkley, he’s teaming up with his Goodie Mob cohorts for the group’s sixth album.

“We’ve started kind of unofficially,” Cee-Lo told MTV’s “Extended Play.” “We’ve got at least ten or fifteen songs as Goodie Mob. But you know, a lot of the times when you’re recording, the first few songs hardly ever get used, so we’re just getting started. Now that Lady Killer is done, and I’m out of that space, I can give my undivided attention to Goodie Mob and make sure that that’s seen all the way through.”

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