(AllHipHop News) It has been over 10 years, but fans finally will be blessed with a new album from a whole Goodie Mob.
The Atlanta-based crew will drop a new, much-delayed album, Age Against The Machine, on June 18.
"I think that we've grown a great deal in the last 10 years ... Age Against the Machine is symbolic of wisdom being a weapon of choice," Cee-Lo said, adding that the effort was like "Public Enemy on acid."
The group's manager told Fuse TV the good news and informed the network that the group is in the final stages of the projects completion.
"It's future-sounding," Cee Lo's manager Larry Mestel told Fuse. "It's not really what you would think Goodie Mob would be. I think people will be surprised in a positive way when they hear it."
Nine years ago, the group recorded One Monkey Don't Stop No Show, an album without front man Cee-Lo. Their last album with a complete group was in 1999 with World Party.
Cee-Lo's solo success and subsequent commitments have been the primary reason for the delays with the album.