About CeeLo Green
Known to the world as Cee-Lo Green, Thomas DeCarlo Callaway was born on May 30, 1975, in Atlanta, Georgia. After a tumultuous youth – he lost both of his parents by the time he was 18 – he decided to pursue a career in music to capture his attention away from his loss. He joined the Atlanta-based hip hop group known as Goodie Mob, and together they lent vocal appearances on OutKast’s debut album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik in 1994, the year before they released their debut album Soul Food and later Still Standing in 1998.
As a solo artist, Cee-Lo Green released his debut album Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections in 2004, yet in the wake of poor record sales, he teamed up with DJ Danger Mouse to create the duo Gnarls Barkley. Together, they released the albums St. Elsewhere in 2006 and The Odd Couple in 2008, gaining fame with their rendition of the song “Crazy” in 2006, for which they won a Grammy Award. Again pursuing a solo career, Cee-Lo Green released the albums The Lady Killer in 2010, led by the single “Forget You” and later Cee Lo’s Magic Moment in 2012. Throughout his career, he has won a handful of awards, including five Grammy Awards and a BET Award. In addition to his singing career, he also appeared as a judge on the televised singing competition show The Voice from 2011 to 2014.
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