After teasing with two singles, Goodie Mob, one of the South’s most beloved groups is nearly complete with its first (four-member) album in 14 years. The group’s most visible member, Cee Lo recently sat down with Fuse and revealed that the Goodie Mob reunion album Age Against the Machine, which has been in the works for quite some time now, is in its last leg of production and may be released as soon as February or March. “We're looking forward to releasing it in first quarter," he said. "We're still mixing and doing a few more guest appearances and putting the final touches on it, but yes, it's pretty much done."

For those hoping for the same Mob, Lo says the new album will be pleasingly progressive. "I think we've grown a great deal in the last 10 years. There's a lot more to consider. There's a broader audience and a greater aspiration to reach as many people as we can, to be as relatable, to be as real, relevant and resourceful as we can. So Age Against the Machine is symbolic of wisdom being the weapon of choice. Those rules will apply."

Check out the entire interview, below.