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|Birth name||Cameron Gipp|
|Also known as|
|Born||April 28, 1973|
|Origin||Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.|
|Genres||Southern hip hop|
|Labels||Epic, Get Money Gang|
|Formerly of||Ali & Gipp|
Cameron Gipp (born April 28, 1973), better known by his stage name Big Gipp, is an American rapper from Atlanta. He is best known for his work as a founding member of Goodie Mob, which he has gone on to release six studio albums.
Aside from Goodie Mob, Gipp's solo album Mutant Mindframe was released in 2003. He is also closely associated with Nelly and particularly Ali of the St. Lunatics, which the latter and Gipp he formed the duo Ali & Gipp.
Big Gipp, who is a Southern rapper, hails from the hotbed of the genre, Atlanta. He is known for his slow, drawn-out rapping dialect with political and street-life themed lyrics. The public first heard him rap on Outkast's debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik , on the song "Git Up, Git Out".
He later rose to prominence as one-fourth of the Dungeon Family-affiliated group Goodie Mob along with Cee-Lo, T-Mo, and Khujo. The group released four albums to critical and commercial success. After a brief stint away from Goodie Mob, he rejoined the group along with Cee-Lo to reconstruct the once estranged quartet. They are currently in the studio planning to release a new album.
Big Gipp and St. Lunatics member Ali released a collaborative album, Kinfolk . A single, "Go Head", and accompanying music video were released on July 31, 2007.
Daz Dillinger (Tha Dogg Pound) and Big Gipp have just released the first single off of their upcoming collaborative album, titled "One Day at a Time". The album is called, "A.T.L.A.", and was released on April 19, 2020. [ citation needed ]
Big Gipp and James Worthy released a collaborative EP entitled "Gipp N Worthy" February 17, 2023.The first single off of the project is "TOTW".
Big Gipp gained radio airplay when he was featured in Nelly's hit song Grillz with Jermaine Dupri, Paul Wall, and Ali. He has collaborated individually with artists including OutKast, 8 Ball & MJG, Mack 10, BG, Rehab, Lil' Flip, UGK, Witchdoctor, Da Backwudz, Three 6 Mafia, Chace Infinite of Self Scientific, Monica, Kurupt, Mr. Cheeks of Lost Boyz, Solé, Xzibit, J. Wells, Pharoahe Monch, JT Money, RZA of Wu-Tang Clan, Thrill da Playa of 69 Boyz, Jev, Youngbloodz, Techniec, Dead Prez, N.O.R.E., Devin the Dude, Too Short, Kokane, Ludacris, C-Murder, Jagged Edge, James Worthy, Bubba Sparxxx, and Lil Jon,.
Andrell D. Rogers, better known as Kilo Ali, formerly Kilo, is an American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia. Kilo Ali recorded mainly bass music, but also hip-hop tracks with a less distinctive Southern flavor. His most well known singles include "Show Me Love", "Baby Baby", and "Love In Ya Mouth".
Goodie Mob is an American hip hop group based in Atlanta, Georgia, consisting of CeeLo Green, Khujo, T-Mo, and Big Gipp.
Torhi Harper, better known by his stage name Murphy Lee, is an American rapper, best known as a member of the hip hop group St. Lunatics. His debut album, Murphy's Law, peaked at number 8 on the Billboard 200 music chart in October of 2003. It was released on September 23, 2003 and was certified gold on November 17, 2003. It featured the single from the Bad Boys II Soundtrack "Shake Your Tailfeather".
Thomas DeCarlo Callaway - Burton, known professionally as CeeLo Green, is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer and actor. He is known for his work in hip hop and R&B, including the Gnarls Barkley single "Crazy" and his solo single "Fuck You".
Patrick Leroy "Sleepy" Brown is an American singer-songwriter and record producer from Savannah, Georgia. He is one-third of the successful Atlanta-based production team of Organized Noize, which has created hits for acts such as Outkast, Goodie Mob and TLC. TLC's "Waterfalls", penned by Brown and Organized Noize's Rico Wade and Ray Murray, was a #1 hit single on Billboard's Hot 100 in the summer of 1995.
Willie Edward Knighton Jr., better known as Khujo, is an American rapper. He is one-fourth of Goodie Mob, and one-half of The Lumberjacks.
Soul Food is the debut album from American rap group Goodie Mob, released by LaFace Records. Its title track was a hit single and the album included the first use of the term 'dirty south', on the track of the same name. The Goodie Mob quartet includes Cee-Lo Green, Big Gipp, Khujo, and T-Mo. Guest vocalists on this album include André 3000 and Big Boi of Outkast, Cool Breeze, and Witchdoctor. In 1996, it was certified gold as sales stand at over 500,000 units in the U.S.
Even in Darkness is the only studio album by American rap supergroup the Dungeon Family. It was released on November 20, 2001 via Arista Records. Production was handled by Organized Noize and Earthtone III.
One Monkey Don't Stop No Show is the fourth studio album by the Atlanta-based hip hop group Goodie Mob.
Lumberjacks is the hip hop duo between T-Mo and Khujo of the Atlanta rapping pioneers Goodie Mob. The Lumberjacks were put together before the entire Goodie Mob group. Khujo and T-Mo formed a duo in high school before joining Cee-Lo and Big Gipp later to form the aforementioned supergroup. They never released an album under the "Lumberjacks" moniker though until 2005 with Livin' Life as Lumberjacks, which failed to chart. They released this album after the three-member album One Monkey Don't Stop No Show which was after Cee-Lo left to pursue a solo career.
The Goodie Mob Presents: Livin' Life as Lumberjacks is the only studio album by American hip hop duo the Lumberjacks, composed of Goodie Mob members Khujo and T-Mo. It was released on January 25, 2005 via Koch Records. Production was handled by Organized Noize, Darin "Superpower" Baker, Hall Of Tunez, Edward Cleveland, Cool Rah, Ed X, Khujo, Montez Harris, DJ Speedy. It features guest appearances from Witchdoctor, Big Gipp, Big Hustle and Preacher.
Mutant Mindframe is the debut solo studio album by American rapper from Big Gipp of Goodie Mob. It was released in 2003 under Koch Records. It features guest appearances from Gator Boy, André 3000, Big Rube, 8Ball, Khujo, Sleepy Brown, Slimm Calhoun, T-Mo and Witchdoctor. The album peaked at #161 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in the United States.
"Git Up, Git Out" is the third and final single from Outkast's debut album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. A conscious Southern story-rap about the dangers of giving in to circumstances and not doing anything with one's life, the song features Cee-Lo and Big Gipp of Goodie Mob, the second appearance of any of Goodie Mob's members, after "Call Of Da Wild". Produced by the Dungeon Family's own Organized Noize, the track is also featured in the 2006 film ATL, which also featured Big Boi, and was sampled in the 1998 hit "Can I Get A..." by Jay-Z feat. Ja Rule and Amil, during Amil's verse, and in Macy Gray's 1999 debut single "Do Something".
Ali & Gipp was an American hip hop duo which consisted of St. Louis-based recording artist Ali Jones of St. Lunatics and Atlanta-based recording artist Big Gipp of Goodie Mob. They first appeared together on the single "Grillz" by Nelly featuring Paul Wall, which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. They released their only album, Kinfolk, on August 14, 2007.
Kinfolk is the only studio album by American hip hop duo Ali & Gipp, consisting of Ali Jones of St. Lunatics and Big Gipp of Goodie Mob. It was released on August 14, 2007 through Universal Motown. Production was handled by DJ Speedy, Stee, The Trak Starz, T-Wayne, Dallas Austin, Jay E, Jasper Cameron, Jermaine Dupri, Nitti and Trife. It features guest appearances from Nelly, Murphy Lee, Avery Storm, Big Rube, Bun B, CeeLo Green, Chocolate Tai, David Banner, Jasper Cameron, Juvenile, Kyjuan, LeToya Luckett, Lloyd, Tamala Jones and Three 6 Mafia. The album peaked at number 174 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
Closet Freak: The Best of Cee Lo Green, The Soul Machine is a greatest hits compilation album released by American hip hop musician Cee Lo Green, also known for working with Atlanta hip hop group Goodie Mob and production duo Gnarls Barkley. The album consists of tracks from his work with the Goodie Mob and his two solo albums. The album comes on the heels of his noted mainstream rise due to the popularity of the Gnarls Barkley St. Elsewhere album and "Crazy" single. Collaborators on the album include Timbaland, Pharrell, Ludacris, Jazze Pha, T.I., and Goodie Mob members Big Gipp, T-Mo, & Khujo. The compilation was released on October 31, 2006. AllMusic.com gave the album four stars out of five, describing it as "A great whirlwind run through Cee-Lo's career, right from the start of the adventure to more well known material, including collaborations with Timbaland and Ludacris."
Robert Terrance Barnett, professionally known by his stage name T-Mo Goodie, is an American rapper from Atlanta. He is best known for being a member of Southern hip hop quartet Goodie Mob. He is also one-half of the hip hop duo the Lumberjacks, and a member of hip hop collective Dungeon Family. He released his first solo project 2 the Fullest on October 31, 2000, via Stronghouse Productions.
Age Against the Machine is the fifth studio album by Atlanta-based Hip hop group Goodie Mob. The album was released on August 27, 2013, by The Right Records, Primary Wave and Atlantic Records. It is their first studio album in nine years. The album features guest appearances from T.I., Big Rube and Janelle Monáe, among others. The album was supported by one official single— "Special Education", along with the promotional single "Fight to Win". Age Against the Machine received generally positive reviews from music critics. The album debuted at number 30 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 13,000 copies in its first week of release.
"Special Education" is a song performed by hip-hop group Goodie Mob featuring Janelle Monáe, from their 2013 studio album Age Against the Machine. It was released as the first single from the album on June 18, 2013. As part of promotion for the song, a music video directed by John Colombo was released, as well as a 7" vinyl single.