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Cee-Lo Green

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Multi-talented and flamboyant, Cee-Lo initially made a name for himself and his trademark crooning as part of pioneering Dirty South rappers Goodie Mob before he broke away in the early 2000s for a colorful solo route. Arista label head L.A. Reid sensed a lot of potential in Cee-Lo and gave him a deal to record a solo album. That album, Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections (2002), sounded unlike anything else out there. The tattooed big man went back to the drawing board, returning in early 2004 with Cee-Lo Green Is the Soul Machine. This follow-up was just as free-spirited as Cee-Lo's debut but was a more focused effort, anchored by some radio-friendly singles. In 2006, Cee-Lo enjoyed success as half of Gnarls Barkley, a duo also featuring producer Danger Mouse. "Crazy," the lead single from St. Elsewhere, the duo's debut album, was an instant hit. The critical acclaim and commercial success of Gnarls Barkley awarded Cee-Lo the most attention he'd ever enjoyed in his career to date. Cee-Lo and DM followed it up with a second Gnarls Barkley album, The Odd Couple, in early 2008. In 2010, Cee-Lo recorded his third proper solo album, The Lady Killer, highlighted by the summery single “I Want You” and his latest mega-hit, "F%#k You." Cee- Lo is also currently a vocal coach on the NBC reality talent show The Voice with Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton. In 2013, he released Girl Power. Cee-Lo continues to tour the universe.

 

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