I love how Cee-Lo pairs modern thoughts, hopes and dreams with a classic sound that could've been produced by Barry Gordy. It should come as no surprise that his new signature song "F*ck You" is being hailed as a new classic. And I definitely agree. Even with the frequent use of f*ck's and sh*ts, as well as a pair of n-words and a use of the term "a$$", this song is one of the best I've heard in ages. Just because there's more than a bit of profanity doesn't mean that the song is just bad. Heck, most teens have heard and said these words whenever they're around their peers, but if you're too concerned with the profanity, listen to the versions entitled "Forget You" or "F You" (with that exact title). They still have the same good message of just moving on from a gold-digging woman who you've been in love with for quite some time. Not only that, but Cee-Lo's an excellent role model, even though he uses a bunch of f-bombs in this song (obviously). His entire album The Lady Killer (only given a Parental Advisory for this song) has a lot of positive messages about love and a nice neo-soul sound. So, overall, "F*ck You" is an awesome song, and while I understand that quite a few would scoff at the profanity, I think it's perfectly OK for teens. Age rating summary: "F*ck You" on for 14+, "Forget You" on for 10+, "F You" on for 12+, and the album The Lady Killer (as a whole) on for 13+.