Busta Rhymes and Yung Joc were on hand for Cee-Lo Green Does Le Cirque Fantastique to Launch His New Label, Radiculture on May 10th at The Lotus Lounge in Atlanta, Georgia. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Trick Daddy is out with the video to his new single ‘Sugar (Gimme Some)’, featuring Lil’ Kim & Cee-Lo. Watch it online at VH1.com.
Cee-Lo Green was on hand for the Louis Vuitton Atlanta Historical Garden Maze Event on Tuesday (April 20) at Lenox Square Mall in Atlanta, Georgia. Check out pictures from WireImage.
HipOnline.com caught up with Cee-Lo Green and was asked when cooking up a melody or hearing one if you knows instantly that it’s hot. “I’m so used to going against the grain that I’ll compare it to what people think is around, ‘I’ll Be Around’ for example I thought that was hot,” Green responded. “I thought everyone would get into it I felt everyone could involve themselves in the rhythm of the track. You’ll feel it and that is always cool. It’s enough for me… it doesn’t have to be a monster hit because people do dictate what is big.” Read the entire interview here.
Atlanta native, Cee-Lo, is preparing to release his second solo album ‘Soul Machine’ on March 16th. The lead single from the new album is “I’ll Be Around” featuring Timbaland. Other guest appearances on the album will include Neptunes’ Pharrell, Ludacris, Jazze Pha and T.I. The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.
Cee-Lo’s back with his new album ‘Cee-Lo Green Is The Soul Machine’ that will be released on January 20th. Read on to see the tracklisting.
Rolling Stone magazine caught up with Beck who was asked if he listened to a lot of rap. “I like the Cee-Lo record. I love the latest OutKast album,” he responded. “I love their rhythm and flow. They are serious about hip-hop. But they also have a playfulness that I like. I’ve been trying to figure out what to do in that regard. ‘Devils Haircut’ and ‘Where It’s At’ are seven years old. It’s time for me to write some new ones.”
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Cee-Lo, Bjork, N.E.R.D., the Hives, Aphex Twin, the Avalanches, DJ Shadow, Doves, the Flaming Lips and Zero 7 are among 10 finalists for this year’s Shortlist Prize, which celebrates artists whose work has yet to enjoy widespread commercial success and awards a $10,000 prize. The judges include Jill Scott, U2’s Larry Mullen Jr., Alanis Morissette, Mos Def, Beck and film directors Spike Jonze and Baz Luhrmann.
Cee-Lo tells James Mayo of the Cleveland Scene he’s on a quest to save hip hop. “I just believe hip-hop and music in general is in despair,” he says. “People want something that they can hold sacred and that is real to them and speaks to the heart of the people. All music doesn’t have to convey a message all the time — there’s quality nonsense and quality irrelevance — but I think it’s time where we need something profound. There needs to be a revolution, and revolution is synonymous with change. I’ve just come to set that in motion.”
Rap acts on TV talk shows this week include Cee-Lo on Last Call with Carson Daly on Tuesday, Busta Rhymes on the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn Wednesday, and Outkast on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday. Check your local listings.