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|Birth name||Robert Terrance Barnett|
|Also known as||T-Mo Goodie|
|Born||February 2, 1972|
Fairburn, Georgia, U.S.
|Origin||Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.|
|Genres||Southern hip hop|
Robert Terrance Barnett (born February 2, 1972, in Fairburn, Georgia), professionally known by his stage name T-Mo Goodie (or simply T-Mo), is an American rapper from Atlanta. He is best known for being a member of Southern hip hop quartet Goodie Mob. He is also one-half of the hip hop duo the Lumberjacks (with fellow Goodie Mob groupmate Khujo), and a member of hip hop collective Dungeon Family. He released his first solo project 2 the Fullest on October 31, 2000, via Stronghouse Productions.
- 2000 – T-Mo 2 the Fullest
- 2008 – Freedom
- Collaborative albums
- 1995 – Soul Food (w/ Khujo, Big Gipp, and Cee-Lo Green)
- 1998 – Still Standing (w/ Khujo, Big Gipp, and Cee-Lo Green)
- 1999 – World Party (w/ Khujo, Big Gipp, and Cee-Lo Green)
- 2004 – One Monkey Don't Stop No Show (w/ Khujo and Big Gipp)
- 2005 – The Goodie Mob Presents: Livin' Life as Lumberjacks (w/ Khujo)
- 2008 – A.T.L. 2 (A-Town Legends 2) (w/ Pastor Troy and Khujo)
- 2013 – Age Against the Machine (w/ Khujo, Big Gipp, and Cee-Lo Green)
- 2020 – Survival Kit (w/ Khujo, Big Gipp, and Cee-Lo Green)
|"Angelic Wars"||1996||Khujo, Cool Breeze, Backbone||Set It Off (Music from the New Line Cinema Motion Picture)|
|"Y'All Scared"||1998||Outkast, Big Gipp, Khujo||Aquemini|
|"Gangsta Shit"||2000||Outkast, Slimm Calhoun, C-Bone||Stankonia|
|"Dungeon Ratz"||2001||Backbone, Khujo, Witchdoctor, Big Rube||Concrete Law|
|"On & On & On"||Big Gipp, Big Boi, Witchdoctor, Khujo||Even in Darkness|
|"6 Minutes (Dungeon Family It's On)"||Big Boi, Witchdoctor, Big Gipp, Backbone, Khujo, Cee-Lo, Cool Breeze, Big Rube|
|"Yo' Side"||Jawz Of Life, Tiny||First Breath|
|"Peace"||2002||Ekstreme||Internal Vs. Eksternal|
|"Here We Go"||2002||Cool Rahim||Makin Dat Cheeze|
|"Let's Fight"||2003||Big Gipp, Khujo||Mutant Mindframe|
|"Red Clay Boys"||2008||Khujo||G-Mob Godfather|
|"Don't Care Nuthin Bout It" (Mob Remix)||2020||Khujo, Big Gipp||Echoes of a Legend|
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- Fox, Luke (August 27, 2013). "Goodie Mob The Smooth and the Gritty". Exclaim!. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- "T-Mo | Album Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- "Freedom by T-Mo Goodie". Apple Music. Retrieved April 18, 2020.