Published Jul 25, 2011Before he was a TV personality, breakout solo star or the vocalist behind Gnarls Barkley, crooner Cee Lo Green cut his teeth as a member of the '90s hip-hop collective Goodie Mob. Cee Lo left the group in 2000, after their poorly received 1999 effort World Party. In 2004, the Goodie Mob released the equally disappointing One Monkey Don't Stop No Show without Green. Thankfully, he has rejoined the group and they're working on a new album.
As reported last year, Cee Lo told Gigwise that he would complete an album with Goodie Mob after the completion of his Lady Killer solo effort.
"The reunion is set in stone," he said. "I'm almost done with [The Lady Killer], turning it in formally, and we will resume shortly thereafter finishing the Goodie Mob album."
Now, Cee Lo has revealed that the album is complete via his Twitter, writing, "Its official NEW GOODIE MOB ALBUM "WE SELL DRUGS TOO!" this fall!!!! Expect nothing more then the same thang! I know u gone love it:)"
While no firm release date has been announced, We Sell Drugs Too will join high-profile hip-hop albums from Kanye West and Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Game, Common and many others set to be released before the end of the year.
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