Atlanta is considered a hotbed of hip hop these days, but that wasn’t the case in 1995. ATL’s own Dungeon Family crew would change that forever. Consisting of OutKast, Goodie Mob, Cool Breeze, Witchdoctor, producers Organized Noize and others, the Dungeon Family put real Atlanta hip hop on the map. Before Cee-Lo blew up with […]

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

In the 16 years that have passed since we first heard Cee-Lo on Outkast's "Git Up Git Out," we have to say that we're proud of how far the Atlanta artist has gone with his career. One avenue for success that Cee-Lo turned down was that of American Idol judge.

Big Boi's turning up the promo for the impending release of his solo debut, "Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty." Here is the latest clip taken from the ATL legend's album, the bowling alley fun of "General Patton."

With pointed criticism of their product from southern Hip-Hop legends Scarface and Luke, VH1 Honors executive producers Nelson George and Fab Five Freddy are defending this year’s selections and criteria.

First off, let's get one thing straight: Hollyweerd reps Atlanta, not Hollywood. That will be more than obvious once you listen to "Love Me" from their forthcoming Edible Phat 2.0 mixtape.

In preparation for Goodie M.O.b's Atlanta show, we thought we'd take a look back at Goodie's video for "Play Your Flutes," featuring Hot 107.9's very own Maria More. Take a look back at the video right here!

Hip-Hop legends and internationally acclaimed group, Goodie M.O.b have hit the road on the second half of their reunion tour. Kicking it off this past Thursday in Houston, with stops also in Atlanta, Miami, Charlotte and Los Angeles, Cee-Lo, Big Gipp, Khujo, and T-Mo have been rocking sold out shows as they performed such hits as “Cell Therapy,” “Soul Food” and “They Don't Dance No Mo.”