Cee Lo Green has landed his own reality show in the US.
The Grammy-winning R&B singer has signed a deal with TBS to produce, record and perform in a series called The CeeLo Life, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The series will reportedly focus on his creative partnership with Goodie Mob. The CeeLo Life highlights experiences with bandmates Big Gipp, Khujo and T-Mo as they reunite nine years after the release of their last album.
The group created music that put Atlanta and southern American hip-hop music on the map after they got together in 1991.
Their last release was 2004’s One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show but the men recently reunited to work on Age Against the Machine. The reunion album is set for release next month.
Cee Lo last year opened up to MTV about working with Goodie Mob again.
“Well, you know, it was just a matter of time, it's very faithful and we're a family,” he explained. “And you know we were never separate from each other completely. So our coming together… is somewhat of a testament to our elasticity if you will. That's what I call it.”
The CeeLo Life is scheduled to premiere in 2014.