A planned tour featuring Atlanta music vets Big Boi and Cee Lo Green has hit a snag in the form of a cease and desist order from the Georgia Power Company. The name of the duo’s planned “Georgia Power” tour has drawn the company’s ire.

Atlanta music legend Cee Lo Green was on the Steve Harvey Morning Show on our sister station Majic 107.5 / 97.5 talking about his new album The Lady Killer as well as being nominated for four Grammy Awards. The singer and Goodie Mob MC also discussed his runaway hit “F*ck You” and opening for the […]

We were kinda shocked to hear that Cee Lo Green, the lady killer himself, recently became a grandfather at the young age of 35.

Cee Lo Green's having one of the best years ever. With "F*** You" a genuine cultural phenomenon, and several 2011 Grammy award nominations recently announced, he's back with the third video from his third solo album, "The Lady Killer."

Eleven years ago, legendary Atlanta based hip-hop group Goodie Mob dropped their last album with the group's full, original line-up. Though Cee Lo has had a successful career outside of the group with his three solo albums and two albums with Danger Mouse as Gnarls Barkley, he's teaming up with his Goodie Mob cohorts for the group's sixth album.

If you've been keeping up, it's no secret that we're really looking forward to Cee Lo Green's forthcoming album "The Lady Killer." "Bright Lights, Bigger City" is the latest track to be given single status, and it's just as good as all of the other songs we've heard in full!

Cee-Lo Green's third solo album, The Lady Killer, is fast becoming one of our most anticipated albums of the year. Peep the track list and snippets here!

Cee-Lo Green and Fuse have combined forces to create "Lay It Down," a new television show where Cee-Lo interviews some of our favorite Hip Hop, R&B, and rock artists in an intimate setting.

Cee-Lo Green just dropped another single from his forthcoming album, "The Lady Killer." This time he continues with the throwback sound on the appropriately titled "Old Fashioned."

In the 16 years that have passed since we first heard Cee-Lo on Outkast's "Git Up Git Out," we have to say that we're proud of how far the Atlanta artist has gone with his career. One avenue for success that Cee-Lo turned down was that of American Idol judge.

One listen to Cee-Lo's smash hit single, "F**k You," and it's easy to think that the song is about a relationship gone sour. However, the Atlanta singer/rapper says that's not the case at all.

Cee-Lo Green is set to launch his own TV show on the Fuse network called "Lay It Down" in October. The show premieres October 20th and the first episode will feature fellow ATLien Ludacris.