Some idiot editor at Spin Magazine said that people were buying the Gnarls Barkley CD because of Dangermouse's production rather than Cee-lo Green's presence.
Dude, are you fucking stupid?
I like DM as a producer but unless DM starts singing and rapping, he doesn't have anything on Cee-lo. I'm sure you may want to bring up The Grey Album and the commercial success of Gorillaz but guess what?
  1. Cee-lo is in Goodie Mob.
  2. Ceel-lo is in the Dungeon Family.
  3. Cee-lo wrote all of "Dontcha"!
How's that for skreet cred and commercial whatever?
I mean, sure, Cee-lo's daughter was/is annoying but come on!
I wanna punch that idiot editor in the back of the head real hard.
Hard like bricks.


Anonymous nicky said...

I'll be the first to admit I'm a bit out of the "loop" these days, but i figured I might pose the question: Isn't it more correct to say that Cee-Lo WAS in Goodie Mob?

Or has something changed in the Goodie camp since the release of "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show"?

As you were.

7:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from wikipedia:

Possible Reunion?

It has been reported that all four Goodie Mob members are back on good terms and have reentered the studio to release a brand new album. Cee-Lo and Big Gipp have both referenced this in multiple interviews. No release date has been set, but the album is widely expected to be released in 2006 and to be a return to their street conscious ideals that they started with in 1995.

Big Gipp explains: “There never really was animosity. It’s just, when people grow up and grow in different directions, sometimes you run into times when you’ve got to do things on your own.”

6:41 PM  
Anonymous nicky said...

dude that rules. its good that the goodie are good with each other.

6:18 AM  

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