Cee-Lo Green is ready to reveal intimate details about his life in a upcoming memoir. Reports claim the book may transform the lives of its readers. Green is still contemplating a name for the soon-to-be released book. Huffington Post reports:
The “F**k You” singer’s still-untitled memoir may just transform the lives of its readers, according to the press release.
“Talk about art imitating life? Enter into the super-natural, the surreal, and the extraordinary that is [Cee Lo Green],” it reads, accord to Vulture. “Do you think this is by chance? CRAZY? FORGET YOU? After reading this book, there will be no doubt that I am meant to be CEELO GREEN A.K.A. ‘everybody’s brother’ will make you a believer, not only in me, but also… yourself.”
If his past work is any indication, the singer’s book will be full of metaphors.
“I’d been recording for three years and I had over seventy songs, and I was ready to be heard,” he told Esquire of his famously anthemic tune, “F*ck You,” earlier this month. “But my label was just sitting on it, and it was very disheartening, not knowing if what I was doing was good enough. It seemed like I couldn’t please anybody. So of course, figuratively, I was like, ‘You don’t you like me? Well f**k you!’ It was very cathartic.”
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