The 'F**k You' hitmaker confirms that he is going to reunite with Danger Mouse for a new Gnarls Barkley effort.
After making an impressive comeback from his solo career hiatus with a successful "Lady Killer", Cee-Lo Green is now eying to hit another jackpot in the music scene with his group Gnarls Barkley. The "F**k You" hitmaker revealed his plan to return to his roots in a recent interview with Us Magazine.
"There is a new Gnarls Barkley album coming out!" the vocal coach of "The Voice" said of what's to expect from him post the "Lady Killer". "There is a whole bunch of stuff with the collaborations. Hopefully people will like what I am doing, that is always a plus."
Talking about how he evolves from the previous Gnarls Barkley album to the new one, the Grammy-winning singer gushed, "I would hope it would break more grounds Knowing the nature of the space that we shared I am pretty sure it will be somewhat similar."
Beside enjoying the success of "The Lady Killer" and mentoring "The Voice" contestants, Cee-Lo Green is also currently hitting the road with Rihanna for her 2011 "Loud" summer tour. He additionally has a talk show dubbed "Talking to Strangers" premiering June 22 on Fuse.