Cee Lo Green as himself on "Parenthood." Adam and Crosby attempt to impress him with their studio.

*Now that Cee Lo Green is part of the NBC family due to his presence on “The Voice,” the network has decided to take advantage of his popularity and spread him around to different shows.

Tuesday at 10, he appears on the drama “Parenthood” as a more divafied version himself — recording a ’60s tribute album at a new studio now owned by Braverman brothers Adam (Peter Krause) and Crosby (Dax Shepard). [Scroll down to watch a clip.]

“I respect their craft, so I didn’t go over the top,” Cee Lo told Entertainment Weekly of his approach to the role.  I really made an effort to do my best, because one domino leads to the next.”

Those dominos stretch all the way back to 1991 for Green, whose career started as a rapper/singer in Atlanta-based rap collective Goodie Mob. Looking back on a journey that has wound through a hughely successful run with DJ Danger Mouse as Gnarls Barkley and an equally as fruitful solo career, the 37-year-old star tells EUR exclusively that his achievement thus far is all a testament to his strong faith.

Listen below. [Scroll down to watch a clip of Cee Lo on NBC’s “Parenthood.”]

Cee Lo Green credits his success to his faith by CherieNic