ATLANTA — Legendary Atlanta rap group Goodie Mob will perform for the first time at an Atlanta Hawks game on Nov. 27 as they take on the Miami Heat.
The group will perform at halftime, according to a press release from the team.
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“Words cannot express how honored we are to be performing before our hometown at State Farm Arena,” Goodie Mob said in a statement. “Just the thought of being recognized by the Atlanta Hawks organization for our outstanding contributions to the culture of Atlanta is certified icing on the cake!”
The four-man lyrical group, consisting of CeeLo Green, Khujo, T-Mo and Big Gipp, has contributed to the development of the culture of hip-hop and has been recognized as being innovative, incisive, impactful and inspirational.
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The game is set to tip off at 5 p.m. and marks the third of 10 games this season in which the team will wear their PEACH 2022-23 Nike NBA City Edition uniform and play on the corresponding hardwood court.
Goodie Mob is also known for their singles “Frontline,” “Dirty South,” “Soul Food” and “Cell Therapy.” The latter single topped the U.S. rap charts after its debut.
“We are thrilled to have Goodie Mob perform at a Hawks game,” said Melissa Proctor, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for the Hawks. “Goodie Mob has been integral in the culture of this city and having them perform in our building is the definition of being TRUE TO ATLANTA.”
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