Resisting Cee-Lo Green's magnetic pull is futile. I learned this a long time ago back in the Goodie Mob days, and my love for this man's artistry has only grown over the years. He is also on that coveted short list of artists who can do no wrong, and on The Lady Killer he got everything right. This winning streak carries over from the audio into the visuals for the project, with the third video release from the album for the song "It's OK." Cee-Lo continues to ride the retro wave, looking dapper as ever in a pinstripe suit while wandering around the city reminiscing about better times with three lost loves who look like they could have been cast in a production of For Colored Girls Who Moved On When Cee-Lo Wasn't Enough. The video is colorful, animated and fun--just like Cee-Lo himself.