EditorialFor the love of music


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Kelly Patterson

November 16, 2015

After a tumultuous year where he pleaded no contest to drug charges in LA, following an accusation of slipping ecstasy into a woman’s drink, CeeLo Green has returned to the music
scene with his first album in 5 years called Heart Blanche. With the new release, the Atlanta native attempts to rise from the ashes and reclaim his spot as a creative genius best known for his hits, “Crazy” and “Forget You” and as a former judge for NBC’s singing competition, “The Voice.” It is a 15 song album that showcases CeeLo’s often unconventional style of fusing pop with hip hop and gospel tinged influences. The first release off the album is, “Music To My Soul” in which Ceelo exclaims the importance of being able to see the light even in darkness over an infectious beat. Ultimately, it will be up to the fans to embrace the fallen artist whose album ranges from moods of self pity to self awareness, but never lacks in imagination or stellar delivery. Heart Blanche is currently available digitally.