Award-winning R&B singer/songwriter Ne-Yo, real name Shaffer Chimere Smith, and his wife Crystal are expecting baby number two. The couple gave birth to their first child, son Shaffer Chimere Smith, Jr., back in March 2016.
The video sees Ne-Yo frustrated with his self-absorbed date and he takes it upon himself to get attention from other beautiful women in the restaurant.
Ne-Yo has been out of the spotlight for a minute – he got married, had his third child, bought a house in L.A., and did the family thing for a while: now he needs to bring home the bacon, hence the plethora of project he’s working on right now.
Ne-Yo returns with “Another Love Song,” his first new single in two years. Released by Motown Records/Compound Entertainment, the track is an infectious, exuberant celebration of falling in love.
“The only thing that matters even more than the music is the story you tell,” proclaims Ne-Yo as he introduces his new appetizing treat “More Than I Should,” an eye-opening and suspenseful record featuring RaVaughn and Candice Boyd.
Ne-Yo appreciates a quality woman. After a hiatus from dropping solo music, the singer-songwriter is back with a new groove called “Earn Your Love.”
Ne-Yo sports a high-top wig and the iconic “red cup” like the lead singer from Cameo did in their video for his performance of their hit “Candy.”
R&B artist Ne-Yo will headline the upcoming Honda Battle of the Bands (HBOB) 15th Anniversary Invitational Showcase, going down on January 28, 2017, in Atlanta.
Ne-Yo was present to pay tribute to Michael Jackson, singing “Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough” “Wanna Be Startin’ Something,” and “Earth Song,” but many weren’t feeling his performance at the Kennedy Center.
Some of our favorite R&B artists, who entertain us on the daily with their silky voices and baby-making music, has had their share of run-ins with the law, some more serious than others. Yes, they are human like us all, so that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have wild or angry sides, but some of these legal issues could have been avoided.