While Cee-Lo Green enjoys success as a solo artist and a judge on “The Voice,” his group, the Goodie Mob, are set to reintroduce themselves to hip-hop purists, as they prep their fourth album, Age Against the Machine.
Slated for August, the new album marks Cee-Lo’s return to the group after a 14-year hiatus, as he reunites with members Big Gipp, Khujo, and T-Mo.
First up from the anticipated project will be their new radio single, “Special Education” featuring Janelle Monae, as well as the street single “Pinstripes,” featuring T.I. due in coming weeks.
In February, the collective surprised fans and joined Cee-Lo during his Las Vegas residency show, “Cee-Lo Green is Loberace,” at Planet Hollywood and performed classics from their arsenal of three gold-certified albums — including songs “Soul Food” and “They Don’t Dance No Mo.'” Also, the group is currently featured in a television commercial campaign for the Las Vegas Tourism Board, which is in rotation now and will air nationally throughout the rest of the year.
Age Against the Machine is due out August 27th.