BLACK ICE IN THE ICE BOX: Goodie Mob and There For Tomorrow

“BLACK ICE (INSTRUMENTAL)” GOODIE MOBB Featuring Outkast

goodie mob ceeloToday, Cee-Lo Green is known for his hit, “F-You”, outrageous costumes, and his appearances on NBC’s The Voice. But Cee-Lo got his start in the Atlanta rap group, Goodie Mob. Their name comes from the moniker Good Die Mainly Over Bull-Sh$t. If you’re looking for a track to add to your late night driving playlist, their instrumental version of Black Ice is the ultimate chilled out, laid-back feeling good song. Fellow Atlanta natives, Outkast, join the band on this funk workout. This homemade video is so creative!

 

 

“ICE BOX” THERE FOR TOMORROW

there for tomorrow ice boxWeird combination here! R&B boy band member, Omarian, from Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label took “Ice Box” to #12 on the Billboard Pop Charts in 2007. The song was remixed with Busta Rhymes and Da Brat. So when pop-punk, post-hardcore band, There For Tomorrow, was looking for a song to cover in 2009, they looked to the Auto-tuned Timbaland-produced Omarian hit. Of course, it’s an instant classic switching genres and adding a new intensity with the musical twist.


 

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