Goodie Mob hits the “Frontline” in the epic music video to their new single. Anchored by Organize Noize’s production, the Dungeon Family quartet rally through the streets with bats, a lit Molotov cocktail, a armed vehicle and more to help spread their political initiative. The release follows Goodie Mob’s previous single “Are You Ready” featuring … Read moreNew Video: Goodie Mob “Frontline”
Big Boi and Killer Mike are joined by Big Rube and Cee-Lo Green on the remix. On Friday, Dungeon Family veterans united yet again as Big Boi, Sleepy Brown, and Killer Mike dropped the Organized Noize remix of their single “We the Ones.” The track also features background vocals from Cee-Lo Green and spoken words … Read moreBig Boi Drops the Organized Noize Remix of “We the Ones,” Featuring…
Looks like a job for Goodie Mob. The Goodie Mob is ready for whatever on their brand new single featuring Chuck D. Anchored by Organized Noize’s raging beat, and Chuck D’s opening remarks, Cee-Lo Green kicks off the set with Black Excellence, while Khujo rebels all over his his royal verse. T-Mo puts his fist … Read moreNew Music: Goodie Mob Ft. Chuck D “Are You Ready”
Cee-Lo Green is under fire after a controversial interview with Far Out Magazine. Cee-Lo Green has sparked some backlash online following a recent interview. The Grammy-winning vocalist recently spoke with the United Kingdom’s Far Out Magazine about the modern music industry. In particular, Green commented on the lyrics and image of women in rap like Nicki … Read moreCee-Lo Green Faces Backlash After Misguided Critique of “Salacious” Female Rappers
Keep on holding on. In the midst of these current times, Salaam Remi uplifts the spirits of his people on the first single off his Black On Purpose album. Over Syl Johnson’s 1969 “Because I’m Black”, Remi leads his pack including Black Thought, Syleena Johnson, Anthony Hamilton, Cee-Lo, and Stephen Marley to touch struggles of … Read moreNew Music: Salaam Remi Ft. Black Thought, Syleena Johnson, Anthony Hamilton, Cee-Lo Green, Stephen Marley “Is It Because I’m Black”
Just sitting here. CeeLo Green takes a seat and enjoys the view on the latest single off his CeeLo Green is Thomas Callaway. The album drops June 26. On the light Rock southern tune, CeeLo cracks open a beer on his porch and reflects on various people strolling by including couples, an old man with … Read moreNew Music: CeeLo Green “People Watching”
It’s not okay. Cee-Lo Green doesn’t make promises, he can not keep. Such is the case on his new single. Produced by Dan Auerbach’s soothing guitars, Cee-Lo sings distant love and hopes for keeping his relationship in synch. Together of course. The ballad is lifted from his upcoming LP, CeeLo Green Is Thomas Callaway.