Goodie Mob On Why Artists Are Most Creative At Their Start [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]


All four members of the legendary Goodie MobCee-Lo, Khujo, T-Mo, and Big Gipp, came through to the “Ed Lover Show!” Cee-Lo talks about Khujo’s creative process, which would have him writing raps on all kinds of things. Cee-Lo also reminisces about the lengths he would go to in order to try and make an impression on Khujo. They talk about the early stages of making music, and why that infancy stage often makes musicians more creative.

They talk about really seeing the power of music to cross color, gender, cultural and language barriers as their music grew popular internationally. Plus, they talk about the excitement of writing something and hearing it back, and being inspired by artists visiting  in middle school. Check out this exclusive video for more of this interview from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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