Distinctive voice makes CD a killer
Even if you don’t recognise his name, you most certainly will recognise his voice.
Cee-Lo Green returned with his latest, The Lady Killer on Elektra Records and it is worth listening to.
One thing about Cee-Lo, who provided lead vocals on Gnarls Barkley, clear: he has unusual voice.
The Lady Killer dropped last year and received wide critical acclaim earning praise for its production, retro funk energy, classical soul, and Green’s voice.
The entire album is a smooth new framework for Green’s evolving sound and draws inspiration from retro-soul.
It seems commercial radio has forgiven him for penning the album’s is an first single, F@# You, which became a viral sensation over the summer.
The song’s second version Forget You was also extremely popular and was featured on Glee.
The song was so popular in fact that it was nominated for Record of the Year and Song of the Year at this year’s Grammy Awards.
Other tracks on the album include Bright Lights Bigger City, Wildflower, No One’s Gonna Love You, Cry Baby and Fool for You which features Philip Bailey.
The Lady Killer has already proven to be a present that continues to give.
Cee-Lo is back and so is his awesome voice.
KILLER: Cee-Lo Green The Lady Killer is a monster of an album.