The Overtown Music & Arts Festival was a big success with top talent including Cee Lo Green, Keyshia Cole, Monica, Inner Circle, RL of Next, Ruff Endz and Tito Puente Jr. But let’s just cut to the chase and focus on Green’s getup.
The “Crazy” singer arrived in an all mauve ensemble with matching suede slides, iced out in diamonds, including a diamond encrusted Rolex. While some say his outfit was, er, casual, others noted that his getup had a very yoga-chic vibe — like he stole all the purple fabric at lululemon, one might say.
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And now back to the scene. Though there were full bars onsite, Cee Lo pulled a BYOB moment, toting a recently opened bottle of Patron tequila. The singer went on to give a spirited performance and sang hits “Forget You” and “Crazy.”
Keyshia Cole performed her hit song “Enough of No Love,” which she prefaced by offering the ladies in crowd an uplifting speech about female empowerment. She added that even though she’s a celebrity, she has been mistreated by men in the past, and while she mentioned no names, we are guessing it stems from, among other things, her tumultuous past relationship with rapper Birdman. The embattled songstress is expected to join the cast of Love & Hip Hop LA.
Monica, who was only billed as a guest host, surprised the audience performing her hit 90’s duet “The Boy is Mine.”