The Goodie Mob Is Back With A New Single, Video And Reunion Album — Tha Wire [VIDEO]
They've been talking about it for a while and now it's official...the legendary Goodie Mob is back! They not only have two new videos out, but they're going on tour as well. Get all the details now with Tha Wire.
Cee-Lo Green, Khujo, T-Mo, and Big Gipp are back with a new Goodie Mob video for their single “I’m Set.” The track will appear on their upcoming reunion album Age Against The Machine. It’s been a longtime coming as this will be the first Goodie Mob LP featuring all four members since their 1999 album World Party. They also recently dropped a lyric video for the song “Special Education” featuring Janelle Monáe. Here they are!
That’s not all, Goodie Mob fans will be happy to know that the legendary rap group is set to go on tour this fall. Listen to Tha Wire below for more details.
In other news, Brooklyn socially conscious rapper Talib Kweli, actress Lauren London, Idol winner/actress Jordin Sparks, and House of Pain actor Lance Gross are all featured in the new short film series African American history called Untold Stories: Our Inspired History.
The news series is sponsored by Wells Fargo as part of the yearlong celebration of “The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey.” Which is a National Medal winning exhibition that highlights African American art dating from the 1600′s to the present.
Each star will give details about an artifact and its creator. For instance, Lance tells the story of Josiah Walls, one of the first African American men to serve in the United States Congress. While Jordan will cover the accomplishments of Phillis Wheatley, the first African American female poet to be published.
It can currently be seen at the Harvey B. Gantt Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. “Re-Discovering America: Family Treasures from the Kinsey Collection” will be showing at the Walt Disney World Resort’s Epcot Center through 2015.
By the way, the Kinsey Collection is touring the nation in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Find out how this historic collection got started below with Tha Wire. In the meantime here's a brief look at what you can expect from the new series.
To view more videos from Untold Stories visit www.youtube.com/wellsfargo.
Finally, now that her divorce in final, Toni Braxton is dealing with a new problem…losing the rights to more than two dozen of her chart topping songs. According to reports, somebody with a lot of money basically bought 27 songs out of her catalog. TMZ is reporting that during her second bankruptcy case, the songstress struck a deal in which she could buy back the songs for $20,000. However, there was no guarantee she’d get them back because the songs are being sold in somewhat of an auction process, where if she was out-bid, she’d lose them.
Find out what happened and what major hits were part of the 27 the songstress lost. It's all here with Tha Wire. Press play now to stay in the know: