Cee Lo Green - I’m a Man

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
R. Kelly
Album:
Sparkle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

In case Cee Lo Green’s penchant for fancy felines and questionable threads have raised any questions in your head, the soulful crooner is here to remind you I’m A Man on his latest effort. The DJBooth standout selection is featured on the soundtrack from the upcoming motion picture Sparkle and adding to the star power of the song is the Pied Piper himself, R. Kelly. On top of serving as one of several songwriters on the record, Kelly also contributes to I’m A Man with a soulful, horn-heavy production that’s quite reminiscent of the 1950-60’s time period that the film Sparkle is set in. As expected, the Goodie Mobb veteran belts out his verses on I’m A Man with exceptional vigor. The soundtrack for Sparkle is out now via RCA Records, while the film will be released nationwide on August 17.

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