Vanessa E. Jones of the Boston Globe spoke to Cee-Lo Green about how his new disc ‘Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections’ is a welcome change in the lyrical rut of Courvoisier and Cadillacs that hip hop finds itself in. ”I don’t need naked women to sell my product, you know what I mean,” says Green. ”The women-and-cars type of imagery is synonymous with what hip-hop is. You see Moby and people making a mockery of it because it has become that monotonous and that repetitive.”
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