Goodie Mob’s unique brand of socially-conscious and spiritually-informed Hip-Hop shaped the sound of the Dirty South; that potent alchemy born of T-Mo, Khujo, Big Gipp and Cee-Lo providing a soundtrack for the shift in Atlanta’s visibility and culture. With Organized Noize providing a launching pad, these four distinctly talented personalities formed a musical legacy as rich as it is varied. From Mays High School to heights unforeseen, The Dungeon Family legends have set a standard.

  • 1996

    Artist | January 1, 1996

    Atlanta, Hip-Hop and the Olympics

    The Centennial Olympic Games came to Atlanta. But the impact of the Games was felt way before the opening ceremonies. And even as the world celebrated, four voices from Southwest Atlanta cried out for their city. READ MORE

  • 1994

    Artist | January 1, 1994

    Gettin' Fed Off of Soul Food

    It was a powerful time in Atlanta when the foursome known as Goodie Mob came together. OutKast had broken through. The Braves were dominating. In pop culture, O.J. was speeding away in a white Bronco. And four SWATS emcees were cooking up a classic at Curtis Mayfield’s place. READ MORE

  • 1992

    Artist | January 1, 1992

    The New Age Old Soul

    Cee-Lo Green was only a teenager when his two buddies formed a rap group named OutKast. He would find his way to the Dungeon, where a chance meeting led to him teaming with three other unique rhymers. READ MORE

  • 1990

    Artist | January 1, 1990

    A Mutant Manifests

    He was rapping around town with his musical mentor, and drawing attention. Before it was cool to be weird, Gipp was Gipp. Before the world had a clear view of ATLien style and swag, Gipp was Gipp. We look at the emergence of Goodie Mob’s resident X-Man. READ MORE

  • 1989

    Artist | January 1, 1989

    Beats, Blood and Brotherhood

    When they met as high school students, T-Mo and Khujo had no idea how far their newfound friendship was going to take them. This is the story of The Lumberjacks. READ MORE

  • 1994

    Artist | January 1, 1994

    Gettin' Fed Off of Soul Food

    It was a powerful time in Atlanta when the foursome known as Goodie Mob came together. OutKast had broken through. The Braves were dominating. In pop culture, O.J. was speeding away in a white Bronco. And four SWATS emcees were cooking up a classic at Curtis Mayfield’s place. READ MORE

  • 1990

    Artist | January 1, 1990

    A Mutant Manifests

    He was rapping around town with his musical mentor, and drawing attention. Before it was cool to be weird, Gipp was Gipp. Before the world had a clear view of ATLien style and swag, Gipp was Gipp. We look at the emergence of Goodie Mob’s resident X-Man. READ MORE

  • 1996

    Artist | January 1, 1996

    Atlanta, Hip-Hop and the Olympics

    The Centennial Olympic Games came to Atlanta. But the impact of the Games was felt way before the opening ceremonies. And even as the world celebrated, four voices from Southwest Atlanta cried out for their city. READ MORE

  • 1992

    Artist | January 1, 1992

    The New Age Old Soul

    Cee-Lo Green was only a teenager when his two buddies formed a rap group named OutKast. He would find his way to the Dungeon, where a chance meeting led to him teaming with three other unique rhymers. READ MORE

  • 1989

    Artist | January 1, 1989

    Beats, Blood and Brotherhood

    When they met as high school students, T-Mo and Khujo had no idea how far their newfound friendship was going to take them. This is the story of The Lumberjacks. READ MORE