After more than a decade, the Atlanta rap group talks of reuniting for a new album.

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More than a decade’s time has passed since the last time Crime Mob was on the music scene. Recently, the Atlanta rap group reconnected at V-103’s live concert where they announced that they will be getting back together for a reunion album.

In 2007, Crime Mob released “Knuck If You Buck,” the biggest song of their career. But since then, the rap group has struggled to release a single that can be considered an equivalent follow-up. During a recent concert, the group did an interview with Big Tigger where they spoke about a brand new album that is coming this year.

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Lil’ Jay from Crime Mob was the one to break the news, right before he dropped more news for the group. Diamond and Princess, the ladies of Crime Mob, are dropping their duo album this year in addition to the reunion album. Clearly Crime Mob is ready to get back on the scene after all these years. The group is definitely working to bring some more of that ATL sound to the music industry.

Despite the group being out of the game for quite some time, that hasn’t stopped today’s rappers from engaging in the sounds of their well-known record. Last year, D.R.A.M. freestyled over the groups “Knuck If You Buck” song during his appearance on Sway in the Morning. Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall also used the “Knuck If You Buck” beat last year to make their hit record “Juju on That Beat.” Check below to see the interview on V-103 Live.