Ne-Yo and his real life girlfriend Crystal Renay appear in the video to “Money Can’t Buy” featuring Jeezy.
For that past few days, photos have surfaced the web with some behind-the-scenes footage of the new remix track to Ne-Yo‘s “Let Me Love You”. After all that, the video has finally been able to be viewed with the fans. The song features a verse from Bronx’s top-contender, French Montana.
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Ne-Yo stopped by for a chat with the always charismatic Chelsea Handler. The stop was in promotion of Ne-Yo’s R.E.D., but before talking about the album, Ne-Yo talked about his kids, Taylor Swift’s own Red album, and dancing.
Last night, Ne-Yo took his dance moves to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. The R.E.D. singer performed the successful “Let Me Love You,” and “Don’t Make Em Like You.” Both tracks are from Ne-Yo’s R.E.D., now in stores everywhere.
Ne-Yo’s another artist who dropped his album on America’s election day, though that wasn’t his initial plan. After a couple of postponements, his fifth studio album R.E.D. – an acronym for Realizing Every Dream – became officially available in stores just yesterday. For those of you whose retail store of choice is Target, enjoy “All She Wants” as a bonus cut with your R.E.D. purchase. The song features Ne-Yo’s protege, a sweet vocalist by the name of RaVaughn, along with Young Jeezy. Tell us how you feel about the track after the jump, and if you can’t make it to Target, there’s always iTunes. Read more
With his album now comfortably sitting on store shelves, Ne-Yo visited Big Boy’s Neighborhood on Power 106. Ne-Yo performed “Let Me Love You,” “Miss Independent,” “So Sick,” and his part of Jizzle’s “Leave You Alone.” R.E.D. now in stores everywhere.
Ne-Yo performed “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)” during last night’s episode of the X-Factor UK. The Stargate-produced “Let Me Love You” is from Ne-Yo’s 5th studio album, R.E.D., dropping on November 6th.
The release date for Ne-Yo’s 5th studio album is quickly approaching. R.E.D. which stands for Realizing Every Dream, will hit store shelves on November 6th. Today, R.E.D.’s official cover and tracklist hit the web. Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous, Diddy, Calvin Harris, and Tim McGraw all make appearances on the album. View the full tracklist down below.
What may seem like an unusual musical collaboration actually turns out to be a pretty decent song. Wiz Khalifa is featured on Ne-Yo’s new track “Don’t Make ‘Em Like You,” which will be on Ne-Yo’s fifth album R.E.D., available on November 6. Read more
Ne-Yo is now a Grammy Award winning artist and multi-platinum singer. Learn about his rise to fame as Vh1 chronicles Ne-Yo’s career for their latest installment of Behind The Music. Video courtesy of MWP.