Lumberjacks (group)

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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.

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