Forever is a long time – and that goes double (well, times-infinity, actually) when you’re an immortal sparkle-vampire like
Cee-Lo Green. Fresh off the release of reader-acclaimed single Georgia, the ATL eccentric is back with something cooked up for inclusion on the Twilight: Eclipse soundtrack. This new joint finds the vampiric singer pouring his heart out to a Bella-esque shawty, asking: “What Part of Forever don’t you understand?” While the record’s galloping folk-rock groove (co-produced by Rob Kleiner, Oh, Hush! and the artist himself) is a departure from Cee-Lo’s psychedelically soulful usual, it’s hard to argue with its energy – and the artist’s always-infectious vocals ensure that the record’s appeal will extend far beyond Stephenie Meyer’s fanbase. If you’re a preteen girl, I’m sure you’ve already drawn a big red heart around June 30, when Eclipse is tentatively set to hit theaters. If you’re not, well, you still may want to grab a copy of the star-studded soundtrack when it drops this Tuesday – and you’ll definitely want to keep it locked for the latest on Cee-Lo’s forthcoming Lady Killer LP.
Written by richard on 06/6/10
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