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24) Cee-lo

Nov 01, 2012 | 4:01 AM    Written By:
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24) Cee-lo

There are so many visual stereotypes of what a hipster is, but an ongoing part of the definition, is going against what's popular and mainstream. 

Since the 1995 debut of his rap group Goodie Mobb, Cee-lo Green has always pushed concepts and issues in his music and had his own style.  It wasn't until he left the ATL group and teamed up with Danger Mouse, as Gnarles Barkley, that he seemingly got his creative soulful juices really flowing. Since that partnership, Cee-lo's hipster meter has revved up and he has been on his own planet ever since, ironically becoming one of the post popular faces in music.

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