Cee Lo Green is to release his autobiography.
The 'Bright Lights Bigger City' hitmaker and 'The Voice' judge is writing a memoir that promises to take readers into the "supernatural" and "surreal", with the book expected to be published in 2013.
The 37-year-old singer said in a statement: "Forget You? After reading my book, there will be no doubt that I am meant to be. You will enter into the supernatural, the surreal, and extraordinary.
"As Cee Lo Green, a.k.a. 'everybody's brother', I will make you a believer. I talk about art imitating life; YOU discover CRAZY."
Rolling Stone contributing editor and television writer David Wild will co-author the book, and Cee Lo's singing partner Big Gipp is also in line to contribute.
Beth de Guzman, Vice-President and Editor-in-Chief of Paperbacks at Grand Central Publishing, which has acquired the book, cannot wait for Cee Lo's "outrageously unique" talent to be converted into print.
She explained: "He dresses in sequined capes, performs with the Muppets and Madonna, and does 360 degree flips with a grand piano at his fingertips.
"Imagine all that outrageously unique and creative talent channelled into a book."
Cee Lo is currently in his second season as a judge on the US version of 'The Voice', and his singing talents have seen him win five Grammy Awards.