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Cee-Lo Green recently revealed to Rolling Stone that he looks forward to “an onslaught of music this year”. He is currently trimming down his next solo LP, Girl Power, from “40 or 5 songs to about 13″, and also hopes to see a Gnarls Barkley LP by the end of the year, and possibly another Goodie Mob project.


“Technically and sonically, [I'm] working with new sounds,” he told RS. “I could be all artsy-fartsy describing it, but to me this is bare bones rock and roll; which at heart is who I feel like I am. I feel like I’m a rock artist. I don’t feel like I’m a pop artist. And I’m alt rock. I’m indie rock. I’m punk rock. Because it comes from the pots and pans. It’s a lot of me, but I’ve got multiple personalities.”


“I didn’t realize the importance of [a new Gnarls Barkley album] or the anticipation for it until recently,” he said. “I was going through an airport at about 5:45am on the way to Atlanta and a guy from TMZ asked me would I be working on another Gnarls. And I was like, ‘Yeah, next year.’ I was a little dismissive because I don’t want to get involved that early – but it just kind of went like wildfire. And I was like, ‘Wow, okay. People are still interested to see what we could do.’ And so am I. Gnarls Barkley is an alter ego and something like an out of body experience.”


As far as Goodie Mob is concerned, RS also reports that Cee-Lo and the crew have enough tracks for both a new album and this year’s re-release of Age Against The Machine.


“If I can release singles that coexist and don’t conflict with each other, then you’ll hear something new from Gnarls [this year] that will run concurrent with what I’m doing solo and with Goodie Mob,” he added. “Three totally different things.”

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