Cee-Lo Green appeared on VH1Storytellers last Friday and like many artists before him, he dove deep into his catalog to provide some background on his career as a rapper, singer, songwriter and producer. So yes, Goodie Mob fans, that means he even went back to classic Southern albums like Soul Food. He even performed that record's title track with the rest of his Goodie Mob brethren, something he has been doing over the past year or so. Cee-Lo also broke out a mini-surprise and tackled the Pussycat Dolls' "Don't Cha," a track he wrote, produced, and made much more palatable. Cee-Lo also performed some Gnarls Barkley tunes like "Crazy" and "She Knows" along with solo cuts such as "Bright Lights Bigger City."