Fantasia & Cee-Lo Shock & ‘Thrill’

I'm not going to go the route of every gossip website out there who has used this track as a means to revisit Fantasia's recent personal troubles. I am going to write strictly about the merit of this track, as I wish more people would. I like Fantasia and I like Cee-Lo. They are both super-talented, and I can't believe I've never imagined them dueting on a track before. "Thrill Is Gone" is a song rife with love woes unsurprisingly. Granted, the line "I'm not your girl, you're not my man" only gives me pause given recent circumstances, but it really is common fodder for several other love songs. I do wish Cee-Lo was singing instead of rhyming, but I'll take whatever I get when it comes to him. Take a listen below. 

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6 Responses

  1. I got love for reverend rollo love. Not so much for the ninja turtle ...........................................this song blows by the way and hopefully it is use as evidence during her trail:-) sort like gangstalicous "play it for judge and the jury. LMBAO

  2. gotta wonder why we women wear our hearts on our sleeves.....
    fantasia, this too shall pass.

  3. I agree that Cee-lo should have sang on this track he would have killed though the rhyme was dope.

  4. Them singing together would be rediculous.

  5. If they did ever sing together!......maybe someone like Cee-lo can pull her away from the dullness of modern R&B. I believe that Fantasia's potential has not been tapped.

  6. love her voice... undeniable talent!! never been a fan of the lyrical contents of her songs though ~ her "art" truly seems to imitate her life. she always comes off as clueless as a child about how to get a real man & that's a bad example for young black women...she needs to drop studio time & get some serious help before she becomes another gone-too-soon. who breaks up a marriage & then tries to take the easy way out by popping pills?? she's in deep denial & isn't even thinking about her own daughter's best interest... take some time off, hon'... maybe then you'll mature & have deeper content to sing about