“This album is literally split down the middle,” Ne-Yo explained. “One half is strictly for my R&B fanbase and the other is the pop fanbase.”
The singer explains why this isn’t the first time he’s had “Let Me Love You” as a song title to a track he’s penned.
“I feel like great minds think alike. I’m a Taylor Swift fan, and I have been since her song ‘Fifteen,'” he said.
Don’t get all nervous around Ne-Yo. The singer dispensed advice alongside Nicole Scherzinger on ‘X Factor’ U.K. this weekend.
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The finale of America’s Got Talent got an injection of star power from the worlds of pop, R&B and hip-hop. Justin Bieber headlined a strong contingent of performers that included G.O.O.D. Music MC Big Sean and R&B veteran Ne-Yo.
When Drake released the song “Enough Said,” in which he collaborated with the late singer, Aaliyah, the Canadian rapper took on a lot of heat. Ne-Yo recently took the side of Drake in the ongoing debate over posthumous releases.
Find out what some of the stars revealed backstage before the show.
Pepsi, the music industry, and Michael Jackson fans celebrated the King of Pop’s birthday Wed. night in New York at the Summer Beats Concert. Ne-Yo, Melanie Fiona, Swizz Beatz and DJ Cassidy performed at New York’s Gotham Hall, celebrating what would […]
Music Is My Sport is a VEVO original series, focusing on the way that artists address their athletic side. In the first episode they create a portrait of Ne-Yo in action, a profile of the […]