Cee-Lo Green Album, “The Lady Killer” Gets Release Date

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We finally have a release date for Cee-Lo Green’s deliriously anticipated forthcoming solo album, The Lady Killer. According to a press release, Cee-Lo Green’s The Lady Killer will hit stores December 7 via Elektra Records. This new date is far off from the release date Wikipedia has been reporting — October 4 — and with a single as internet famous as “Fuck You“, I’m surprised the date is being pushed back two months. If you haven’t already, make sure you give Cee-Lo’s “Fuck You” and the Band of Horses cover “No One’s Gonna Love You” a listen. We’re pretty sure they will appear on The Lady Killer.

Also, if you’re anything like us, you’d love to get your hands on an MP3 of “Fuck You”, as well as a shirt that looks like this. Right? Well you can now buy “Fuck You” and “Fuck You” shirts at Cee-Lo’s website.

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