Following his three tracks EP, 3 Simple Rules, released on Valentine's Day, and a new collaboration with legend Dionne Warwick on “A House Is Not A Home,” Ne-Yo is ready to give the world his sixth studio album.
Leading the way will be the Jeezy-assisted first single “Money Can’t Buy,” which is set to arrive on Tuesday, May 27th.
Ne-Yo revealed the song’s cover artwork on Twitter stating, “The wait is almost over.” In an earlier tweet he wrote, “Album #6….It starts on Tuesday!!.”
As far as the cover art, it showcases a sketch-styled photo of a female with a tag on her hand that says “Priceless.”
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter previously opened up about the upcoming opus, revealing that the project will "predominately" be R&B.
"As of right this second my main focus is my new album," Ne-Yo told Billboard. “It’ll be out probably towards the summertime, predominately R&B this time. I had a little stint with the dance music and all of that, which I had a good time with– and I love the audience, I love them for accepting me doing it –but I had to go home on this one. Had to take it back to my roots, and not to say that there won’t be one, maybe two songs on there that the dance crowd can get into, but the majority, the girth of the album, will be R&B.”