CeeLo Green

A member of the Goodie Mob and the front-member to Gnarls Barkley (winner of two 2007 Grammys and known for their #1 hit "Crazy"), CeeLo Green was born in Atlanta and helped turn the city into the center of a major hip-hop/rap revolution. He is a multi-award winning musician. In addition, he is a celebrity judge on NBC's #1 reality television show The Voice. He lives in Los Angeles.

Big Gipp helped CeeLo start his music career when he introduced him to the members of the Goodie Mob when CeeLo was just 17. They two have been like brothers ever since. Gipp has a solo career and has contributed to several collaborations with other music artists over the years.

David Wild is a New York Times bestselling author, a contributing editor to Rolling Stone, and an Emmy-nominated television writer and producer, as well as a popular blogger for Huffington Post and a frequent television commentator about popular music. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons.

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A member of the Goodie Mob and the front-member to Gnarls Barkley (winner of two 2007 Grammys and known for their #1 hit "Crazy"), CeeLo Green was born in Atlanta and helped turn the city into the center of a major hip-hop/rap revolution. He is a multi-award winning musician. In addition, he is a celebrity judge on NBC's #1 reality television show The Voice. He lives in Los Angeles.

Big Gipp helped CeeLo start his music career when he introduced him to the members of the Goodie Mob when CeeLo was just 17. They two have been like brothers ever since. Gipp has a solo career and has contributed to several collaborations with other music artists over the years.

David Wild is a New York Times bestselling author, a contributing editor to Rolling Stone, and an Emmy-nominated television writer and producer, as well as a popular blogger for Huffington Post and a frequent television commentator about popular music. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons.