1. Southern Style

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Rap quartet Goodie Mob -- featuring Gnarls Barkley's Cee-Lo (center), plus Big Gipp (right), T-Mo (left), and Khujo -- reunited for their first concert in over a decade Saturday night at Atlanta's Masquerade, with Sleepy Brown, Lil Will, and Outkast's Big Boi joining the party!

2. Southern Style

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Rap quartet Goodie Mob -- featuring Gnarls Barkley's Cee-Lo (center), plus Big Gipp (right), T-Mo (left), and Khujo -- reunited for their first concert in over a decade Saturday night at Atlanta's Masquerade, with Sleepy Brown, Lil Will, and Outkast's Big Boi joining the party!

3. ATL!

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After opening sets from Pastor Troy and YoungBloodZ, the hometown foursome took the stage to Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" and then jumped right into their set. T-Mo (above) tells the crowd what's what.

4. "Crazy"

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The group -- a part of the South's Dungeon Family, a collective which includes Outkast and P.A. (Parental Advisory) -- hyped the 5,000-plus crowd, and Cee-Lo even performed "Crazy," his massive hit with Grammy-winning duo Gnarls Barkley.

5. Put Your Hands in the Air!

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The concert -- a celebration of the band's reunion and the venue's 20th birthday, dubbed The Goodie Mob Reunion: Remember Atlanta -- saw the crew run through hits from their influential 1995 album, the gold-selling Soul Food, like "Soul Food" and "Cell Therapy."

6. Dressed to Impress

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Goodie Mob were supported by an eight-piece band, including two guitarists, a percussionist, drummer, bassist, and keyboardist, which punctuated tracks like "Get Rich To This" and "Git Up, Git Out." Gipp (above) rapped to the crowd in a cape and feather boa.

7. Stay True to the Crew

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8. The Dirty South Celebrates

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Goodie Mob -- whose name stands for "the GOOD DIE Mostly Over Bullshit" -- is considered one of the creators of the Southern rap sound, alongside OutKast, with whom they have frequently collaborated. The band is also credited for inventing the term "Dirty South" on their Billboard hit "Soul Food," featuring Outkast's Big Boi, who joined on the song. It was a great day in ATL hip-hop, but it wasn't all nostalgic: According to Cee-Lo, both Goodie Mob and Outkast are preparing new albums. [MTV]