He dresses as Liberace, performs with Muppets, and does 360-degree flips with a grand piano at his fingertips. He’s a star of a #1-rated network reality show and is a genre-breaking artist who has garnered millions of fans. He can recreate himself faster than Madonna, and because of this he’s remained a man of mystery.
Now, CeeLo Green finally opens up, revealing his personal story and what it took for this underdog to find his voice and maintain his individuality while rising to the top. At times gritty and always truthful, this memoir will be threaded through with some hope, some inspiration, and some advice, along with some anecdotes from CeeLo’s “brother from another mother” Big Gipp. Both in its tone and in its look, EVERYBODY’S BROTHER is a theatrical, artistic statement that perfectly captures its memorable maverick author. (From publisher)
As an Atlanta native and Goodie Mob fan, I’m excited to read this book. It’ll be interesting to see what details the book has compared to what has played out in the media regarding the breaking up and reforming of the group.
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