The fiery and immensely talented CeeLo Green has consistently delighted and surprised music fans. Few would have suspected that this portly Atlanta rapper would evolve into a dynamic performer capable of bridging hip-hop, soul and pop. CeeLo first came to public attention as one-quarter of Goodie Mob. Even on its classic 1995 debut, Soul Food, CeeLo was clearly the most talented member. After an acclaimed follow-up, 1998's Still Standing, he began collaborating with other artists, most notably with Lauryn Hill on Carlos Santana's Supernatural, and writing songs for others, chiefly the Pussycat Dolls' smash "Don't Cha." CeeLo began his solo career with 2002's Cee-Lo and His Perfect Imperfections and 2004's Cee-Lo Green Is the Soul Machine, yet despite critical acclaim, both discs proved to be sales disappointments. His big break came when he paired with Danger Mouse for the Gnarls Barkley project; their debut single, "Crazy," was one of the biggest singles of the 2000s. By 2010, CeeLo was ready to try a solo career again, and he hit the ground running with his first solo Top 40 hit, the cheeky "F*ck You." A third album, The Lady Killer, dropped at the end of the year.
CeeLo Green Concert Films
Loberace: Live in Vegas
Runtime: 1 hr 18 minCeeLo Green’s “Loberace – Live In Vegas” is an electrifying, musical journey into the colourful world of CeeLo’s brainchild, “Loberace" filmed live at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. It’s packed to the rafters with girls, glamour and glitz, with CeeLo Green as the ringmaster of this technicolor circus. There are classic songs, provocative dance routines and a breathtaking array of costumes. This is the ultimate Las Vegas all-singing, all-dancing spectacular!
CeeLo Green Top Tracks
In Session Soundcheck 2006
Runtime: 24 minThere may be few real gentlemen left in the world, but Soundcheck can definitively say that R&B superstar Ne-Yo is one of them. This live concert performance shows a day with the singer as he prepares for the release of his third solo album, 'Year of the Gentleman.' And, not surprisingly, Ne-Yo delivers a focused, star-studded set that proves this performer belongs on the stage just as much as he does behind the scenes. With energetic live performances Ne-Yo charms the audience with all time favorite hits like So Sick, Stay and Time.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 56 minMind, Body & Soul Sessions features R&B phenom Joss Stone live in concert in 2004. Recorded at New York's Irving Plaza, the show begins with an introduction by the legendary Betty Wright, who co-produced the Brit's stunning debut, The Soul Sessions, and co-wrote several songs on the second, Mind, Body & Soul. The barefoot singer then gets down to business, performing a solid selection of material from both albums, including "Super Duper Love" from the first and "You Had Me" from the follow-up. Stone receives strong support from a tight band, distinguished by powerful drummer Caesar Griffin.
In Session Soundcheck 2006
Runtime: 19 minKeyshia Cole grew up listening to her mentor Tupac Shakur and Mary J. Blige as her greatest musical inspirations. In this intimate live performance we get the chance to go behind the curtains and enjoy the most appreciated songs performed live.
Live at the Gramercy Theater 2014
Runtime: 60 minLonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr., better known by his stage name Common, is an American hip hop recording artist, actor, poet and film producer. He maintained a significant underground following into the late 1990s, after which he gained notable mainstream success through his work with the Soulquarians. This intimate live performance gives the fans the chance to see him perform live at Gramercy Theater.
Live in London & New York
Corinne Bailey Rae
Runtime: 59 minCiting influences as diverse as Björk, Erykah Badu, and L7, Corinne Bailey Rae burst onto the music scene in 2006 with her self-titled debut. These two concerts include fan favorites from the singer-songwriter, including performances of the simple "Like A Star" and the sultry "I'd Like To. " LIVE IN CONCERT LONDON & NEW YORK also features videos for four of her singles, including "Put Your Records On" and "Trouble Sleeping. "
Live From Philadelphia
Runtime: 2 hr 10 minLive from Philadelphia further cements John Legend's reputation as a great live performer. The album features 19 soulful performances including tracks from Legend’s first two albums and a duet with Corinne Bailey Rae on "Where Is The Love."
Comin' from Where I'm From: Live & More
Runtime: 1 hr 34 minThis uplifting, emotional performance, shot live in Atlanta in 2004, features Anthony Hamilton at his best. It also takes a journey with Anthony back to his hometown of Charlotte, NC.
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minSinger-songwriter-performer Macy Grays unique voice is instantly recognizable as one of the most distinctive in all of pop music. Gray earned a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her 1999 hit single, I Try, which also received nominations for Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Her debut album On How Life Is went on to sell more than 7 million copies worldwide.
Always and Forever: An Evening of Songs At The Royal Albert Hall
Runtime: 1 hr 27 minRecorded on his 1994-1995 world tour, Always And Forever: An Evening Of Songs At Royal Albert Hall features the legendary Luther Vandross at his most smooth and sensuous, featuring his greatest hits and favourites from his covers album Songs.
OMG Tour: Live from London
Runtime: 1 hr 21 minR&B icon Usher toplines this live concert, mounted and shot at London, England's O2 Arena during the artist's spring 2011 OMG tour to promote his Raymond v Ramond album. Selections include "Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home)," "U Remind Me," "U Don't Have to Call," "Mars Vs. Venus," "DJ Got Us Falling in Love," "There Goes My Baby," "Burn" and many more.