Cee-Lo Green is already one of the biggest fish in today’s musical pond, but the ATL veteran’s angling for more than just temporary, chart-topping success; he wants to inscribe his name in the book of pop legends. To that end, he’s following in the footsteps of so many stars before him and releasing an LP of reinterpreted holiday standards. For the latest song release off the project, Cee-Lo offers a reverent rendition of Silent Night, showcasing his powerful pipes over Peer Astrom, Alex Anders and Kerstin Thorn majestic instrumental arrangement. Adam Donald provides some tongue-in-cheek, slo-mo visuals to accompany the sweeping cut. Due out October 30, via Elektra, Cee-Lo’s Magic Moment can be pre-ordered here.
Written by richard on 10/4/12
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