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The iconic Goodie Mob came through to the “Ed Lover Show.” They talked about how other regions of hip-hop influenced the South at a time when it didn’t yet have its own sound, and Atlanta didn’t really have an identity. Cee-Lo recalls looking at New York as a giant city “impassioned with art and color,” and not realizing that they had southern accents.

Cee-Lo also talked about the sounds of Miami, and how they influenced Atlanta, and the origins of those sounds coming from Europe. And how, all across the country, even though music might have varied, everything was on the same page- “hip-hop is truly all-inclusive.” Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview on the “Ed Lover Show.”

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