CeeLo Green is currently in the thick of his inaugural Las Vegas residency after "CeeLo Green is Loberace" kicked off earlier this month at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, but the pop/R&B star is still finding time to work on upcoming musical projects, including a new solo album and the long-awaited return of Goodie Mob.
"I have three off-days [per week] since I perform Wednesday through Saturday," Green, who began his "Loberace" residency on Mar. 2 and will finish up on Apr. 13, tells Billboard. "I take a writing day to just write different music and think and meditate. Then I also have a recording day… It's very encouraging to only have a limited amount of space and time to get things done and all these things depend on me and my undivided attention. I'm really multitasking and becoming a master in the process."
When Green hits a groove in between shows, the 38-year-old says he can write three songs in a day -- potentially for the three different projects that have been dominating his focus. "I can finish a song for my own album that I'm working on, tentatively titled 'Girl Power,'" says Green. "I'm also finishing up the Goodie Mob album, tentatively titled 'Age Against the Machine.' And then also V. -- I have a new artist signed under me named V., and we're working on her as well."