T-Mo

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T-Mo
Birth nameRobert Terrance Barnett
Also known asT-Mo Goodie
Born (1972-02-02) February 2, 1972 (age 50)
Fairburn, Georgia, U.S.
Origin Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Genres Southern hip hop
Years active1994–present
LabelsStronghouse Productions
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Robert Terrance Barnett (born February 2, 1972, in Fairburn, Georgia), professionally known by his stage name T-Mo Goodie (or simply T-Mo), is an American rapper from Atlanta. He is best known for being a member of Southern hip hop quartet Goodie Mob. [1] He is also one-half of the hip hop duo the Lumberjacks (with fellow Goodie Mob groupmate Khujo), and a member of hip hop collective Dungeon Family. [2] He released his first solo project 2 the Fullest on October 31, 2000, via Stronghouse Productions. [3]

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He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia.

Discography

Collaborative albums

Guest appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
TitleYearOther artist(s)Album
"Angelic Wars"1996 Khujo, Cool Breeze, Backbone Set It Off (Music from the New Line Cinema Motion Picture)
"Mainstream" Outkast, Khujo ATLiens
"Y'All Scared"1998 Outkast, Big Gipp, Khujo Aquemini
"Gangsta Shit"2000 Outkast, Slimm Calhoun, C-Bone Stankonia
"Dungeon Ratz"2001Backbone, Khujo, Witchdoctor, Big Rube Concrete Law
"On & On & On" Big Gipp, Big Boi, Witchdoctor, Khujo Even in Darkness
"6 Minutes (Dungeon Family It's On)" Big Boi, Witchdoctor, Big Gipp, Backbone, Khujo, Cee-Lo, Cool Breeze, Big Rube
"They Comin'..." Khujo
"Yo' Side"Jawz Of Life, TinyFirst Breath
"Peace"2002EkstremeInternal Vs. Eksternal
"Here We Go"2002Cool RahimMakin Dat Cheeze
"Let's Fight"2003 Big Gipp, Khujo Mutant Mindframe
"Red Clay Boys"2008 Khujo G-Mob Godfather
"G-Mob Godfather"
"A Lie"
"Don't Care Nuthin Bout It" (Mob Remix)2020 Khujo, Big Gipp Echoes of a Legend

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