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Published by Eb the Celeb on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 2:26 pm.
Cee-lo Green and Janelle Monae—two of our favorite Atlanta based artists—caught up on Cee-Lo’s television show “Lay it Down” to talk the human mind and the creation of music. Did you see the Zebra print piano? Loving it! To preview more clips from this episode go HERE and make sure you tune into FuseTV on Wednesday, November 17th at 11pm ET to catch the full episode.
Published by Eb the Celeb on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 10:09 am.
“The Lady Killer has an awful lot to do with loving someone better than ever or better than anyone else can.” Indeed Cee-lo. In this interview (seen below) the “F**k You” singer talks about Cee-lo fans versus those of Gnarls Barkley. He also confirms a new Goodie Mob album in the works (10 songs are already in the pipeline).
“Big Black James Bond” and “Public Enemy on Acid.” Has music ever sounded that riveting?
Published by Eb the Celeb on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 7:17 pm.
Cee-lo Green is known for his superdelic offerings but this time around he tones it down (somewhat) on “Bright Lights Bigger City. Known for its nightlife, New York City is one of the most beautiful cities to capture on film. The self proclaimed “Lady Killer” gives you the ultimate NYC late night escapade full of exotic prints, money, furs, diamonds, partying, and a little danger. WATCH!
This is the latest single off his new album The Lady Killer in stores now. Go HERE to check out my review.
Published by Eb the Celeb on Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 3:49 pm.
After hearing Cee-Lo Green’s new CD, The Lady Killer—which yours truly received exclusively—I’m extremely excited to see his performance at this years Soul Train Awards. The album, available November 9th, is a superdelic soulful rollercoaster ride from start to finish.
Mr. Green opens the album with a quiet storm-style intro that erupts into a boisterous announcement of himself as a “lady killer. The second track—which is also the second official single—”Bright Lights Bigger City” is a feel good record that makes you want to speed in a convertible on an open highway for hours with no destination. ”Forget You” (which is the clean version of the parental-advisory-needing smash hit “F**k You) doesn’t have the same effect when belting out the song at the top of your lungs. However, the instrumental is undeniably groove inducing. Read the rest of this entry »
Published by Justin joseph on Monday, November 1, 2010 at 5:36 pm.
If giving birth to a baby boy wasn’t enough, Alicia Keys is leading the Soul train Awards nominations pack—alongside Usher—with four nods. Rapper/Singer Drake follows behind closely with three nominations.
Grammy-award winning R&B superstar R. Kelly will open the show with a dynamite performance, followed by today’s hottest artists Ne-Yo, Cee-lo, Keyshia Cole, Rick Ross, Erykah Badu, Eric Benet, Chrisette Michele, Lalah Hathaway, Faith Evans, Janelle Monae, Gyptian, Freddie Jackson, Jeffrey Osborne, Rachelle Ferrell, Tamia, and Tank who will light up the stage with performances and never-before seen collaborations to honor the best in Soul Train and this year’s Legend Award recipients Anita Baker and Ron Isley.
This year’s Soul Train Awards will be hosted by Oscar-nominated actors Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson—who hosted last years event—and will simulcast on CENTRIC and BET on Sunday, November 28 at 9:00 PM EST.