Survival Kit

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Survival Kit
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ReleasedNovember 13, 2020
Producer Organized Noize
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Survival Kit
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Survival Kit is the sixth studio album by Atlanta-based Hip hop group Goodie Mob.The album was released on November 13, 2020. [1]

Track listing

1."Are You Ready" (featuring Chuck D)Chuck D, Big Gipp, Khujo Goodie, T-Mo, CeeLo Green, Ray Murray & Rico Wade3:04
2."Frontline"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:14
3."Curry Goat"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:56
4."No Cigar" (featuring Andre 3000)Barnett, Gipp, Knighton,, T-Mo, Rico Wade, Ray Murray & André 30004:36
5."Prey 4 Da Sheep" (featuring Big Boi)CeeLo Green, Big Gipp, Big Boi, Khujo Goodie, T-Mo, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:55
6."DC Young Fly Crowe's Nest Break" (featuring DC Young Fly)DC Young Fly, Rico Wade, Ray Murray, CeeLo Green, Big Gipp, Khujo Goodie & T-Mo0:25
7."4 My Ppl"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray4:26
8."Big Rube's Road Break" (featuring Big Rube)Big Rube,Robert Barnett, Thomas Burton, Cameron Gipp, Michael Johnson, Willie Knighton0:52
9."Off-Road"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:51
10."Try We"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray4:19
11."Me Tyme"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:43
12."Back2Back"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:46
13."Survival Kit"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:25
14."Calm B 4 Da Storm"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray5:37
15."Big Rube's Amazing Break" (featuring Big Rube)Big Rube, Rico Wade, Ray Murray, Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton1:16
16."Amazing Grays"Barnett, Gipp, Green, Knighton, Rico Wade & Ray Murray3:32

All tracks were produced by Organized Noize.

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