Cee Lo Green reveals he has written two new Gnarls Barkley songs

Singer says he is "multi-tasking" between his solo work and his side project with Danger Mouse

Cee Lo Green reveals he has written two new Gnarls Barkley songs
Cee Lo Green has said that he has written two new Gnarls Barkley songs and that he is "multi-tasking" between the side-project and his solo material.

Green, who will release a new solo album titled 'Girl Power' in September of this year, hinted at the possibility of hearing new Gnarls Barkley material in a new interview with Q . The singer last worked with partner Danger Mouse in 2008 when the album 'The Odd Couple' was released.

Discussing the possibility of new music from the pair, Green said: "I do have a couple of new Gnarls Barkley songs. I am multi-tasking. It's about scheduling. One foot in front of the other. I am more prepared for 'Girl Power' than I could be for Gnarls Barkley at the moment. These two projects will be completely different, it will be the balance of night and day."

Last year, Green had charges of sexual battery against him rejected because of insufficient evidence. CNN reported that the singer was however charged with furnishing a woman with ecstasy.

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