How do you make a ballad even slower? By adding French Montana. With that said, here’s the remix to Ne-Yo’s second single. R.E.D. available now. flex
Ne-Yo’s got an album dropping tomorrow. But this morning, he entertained the ladies (especially a lucky fan) on The View with R.E.D.‘s third track.
This should be what R&B fans want. And with Salaam Remi providing the smooth instrumentation, Ne-Yo, Fab and Puff lay their lost loves out on the table. R.E.D. in stores November 6. lowkey
Ne-Yo’s down on a previous love, but he kicks it up a notch on his album’s latest release. R.E.D. in stores November 6.
Ne-Yo’s mug is split with the infrared on the jacket of his 5th studio album. After the jump, he unveils the 17 titles for the November 6th release. hhnm
Good girls are hard to come by. And for the latest leak off Ne-Yo’s R.E.D., he sings about it with a rap from Wiz Khalifa. This one’s cuffing approved.
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Ne-Yo’s radio run continued with Sway the other day. He spoke on his seperation from his fellow male R&B peers, tackling fatherhood and reflected on collaborating with Country artists. Yee haw!.
[kyte.tv appKey=MarbachViewerEmbedded&uri=channels/449330/1688243&tbid=298620&p=5296&height=350&width=540] Ne-Yo checked in with Power 105 this morning. He explains why he passed on portraying Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the Lee Daniels film and his distaste in acting. He also spoke on going Pop, today’s R&B as well as Trey Songz and Frank Ocean. Sounds like Ne-Yo is a disatisfied man. Sidebar: DJ Whoo Kid Interview