To say that Winehouse was troubled would have been an understatement, but history has shown that the greatest artists are usually the ones with the most tortured souls and disturbed lives. As cliché as that sounds, Winehouse was the epitome of such a musician, with plenty of scornful tabloids and Grammys to show for it. Winehouse was a young light that burned out too soon, but there is no doubt that her torch will be carried on by many of our gifted artists.
While the music world continues to mourn the untimely passing of the British Soul singer Amy, the first wave of tributes have rolled in with more surely to come. Already her friend M.I.A released “27,” a chilling number dedicated to WInehouse and every other young soul who passed away at the tender age of 27.
With his solo success it might surprise some that Cee Lo Green is planning on reuniting with Goodie Mob. Goodie Mob is an Atlanta based hip hop group comprised of Big Gipp, T-Mo, Khujo, and Cee Lo.
There was tension between the foursome when Cee Lo left the group to go solo with Atlanta Records. Time healed the wound and Goodie Mob, a backronym for the Good Die Mostly Over Bullshit, and Cee Lo have collaborated on a few songs since his departure.
Cee Lo and Big Gripp have said in past interviews that the four were back in the studio recording material for a future album.
Can’t decide whether you are a neon-wearing, Nike-polishing, flat-billing, “durty-Sout'” player or a Ray-Ban wearing, skinny-jean cramping, porno-stache sporting, experimental-indie hipster? Well, if you are on-the-ball enough to follow the unlikely quandary I just proposed, put down your “crackberry,” flick those stubby little fingers across your computer keyboard and head over to the Adult Swim website. In their music subcategory, you will find ATL RMX, a specially commissioned album by the Rockstar Games and Timbaland Beaterator music remix video game.