Cee Lo, Big Gipp, T-Mo and Khujo previewed their new "Age Against The Machine" album at a private event in Los Angeles.
Goodie Mob previewed several selections from its forthcoming Age Against The Machine album at an exclusive listening event in Los Angeles yesterday (June 5). Cee Lo, Big Gipp, T-Mo and Khujo all answered questions about their first album in 14 years during a 90-minute Q&A session.
As has been the case throughout Goodie Mob's career, the Atlanta-based quartet raps extensively about socital issues, racial dynamics and male-female relationships on its new album, which is due August 27. The up-tempo song "White Power" features Cee Lo reimagining the concept, something he said was "a black perspective on white power." During the Q&A session, Cee Lo said that Eminem almost appeared on track, but changed his mind. "I could've sworn Eminem would've done this song with me," said Cee Lo, who added that Eminem's "newly found Christianity" may have been the reason why he didn't appear on the song. "I thought he would eat the controversy up, but it was kind of hard for me to address it as a white rapper, me being black. But my black perspective on white power was my relationship with him."
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