Born Thomas DeCarlo Callaway, famously known as CeeLo Green, was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1974. In addition to singing and playing the piano, he is also a record producer, actor, and entrepreneur. Before pursing a solo career, he achieved fame with the Atlanta hip-hop group Goodie Mod. He was later a part of the duo Gnarls Barkley, with Danger Mouse. During his solo career, CeeLo topped the charts with the popular song "F---You," which was an instant success. He then went on to become one of the coach/judges for the show The Voice. Celo retired as a judge the following year after three seasons.