OutKast’s 2014 is set to be a busy one for the Georgia duo. Andre 3000 and Big Boi recently announced a festival run with more than 40 scheduled concert performances. Big Gipp, a member of Goodie Mob, has now confirmed that at least one of those performances will feature his group also. 

“The Goodie Mob will be performing with them in Atlanta,” Gipp said in an interview with Revolt. “Atlanta, yes, all of us are coming. Everyone who wants to see all of us together…you will get an opportunity to see it this year.” 

Goodie Mob, which is comprised of Cee Lo, Big Gipp, T-Mo and Khujo, has released several albums, including its debut, 1995’s Soul Food. In 2004, Cee Lo left the group to pursue a solo career. The group then released One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show. After years apart, the group released Age Against the Machine last year. Throughout their careers, OutKast and Goodie Mob have been frequent collaborators and both groups are recognized as members of the Dungeon Family collective. 

More from Gipp’s interview can be found below.

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