Cee-Lo Green’s (why do people drop his last name?) latest song “Fuck You” is vulgar and catchy as hell. The question is: How does the FCC handle this song when it hits the radio? “Duck you,” “F you,” “No boo boo” won’t cut it. This is the greatest challenge in pop music (recently) to government censorship since Britney Spears’ “If You Seek Amy.” The track can’t be switched to “I love you,” because after one read of the lyrics–there is NO LOVE for this girl.
The track will likely be included on his new album Lady Killer which is scheduled to be released sometime this year. Until then–fuck you.