Cee Lo Green: a throwback to greatness

Cee Lo Green found about his ability to sing almost by accident. On his seminal hip-hop group, Goodie Mob, he basically just rapped. However, he was often featured in other artists' albums, and that led him to develop a solo career as a singer. He began by being a neo-soul artist, a label most of his contemporary fellows carried throughout the nineties. His success was very modest though. That would drastically change due to his participation on Gnarls Barkley with the aide of extraordinaire producer Danger Mouse. That landmark may have given him a great push of confidence to finally deliver great music as a solo artist. That proof of greatness is called Lady Killer (2010), his most recent endeavor. This album immediately became one of my favorites of this year just by listening to it a couple of times. Yes, it's great. And yes, I'm already considering it as one of the best albums of 2010.

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