Watch: Ne-Yo Dishes On Comeback At ‘The Breakfast Club’

Published: Tuesday 27th May 2014 by Sam

After a two year hiatus, Ne-Yo is back.

The R&B crooner served up new single ‘Money Can’t Buy’ today and stopped by The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 this morning to promote it.

Chatting to Charlamagne, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy, the singer dished on his spell out of the spotlight, the state of R&B, returning to his soulful roots with his new album (due September 30th), and much more.

Watch the engaging interview below…

Your thoughts?

Posted under:

Comments 5

Please Post Your Comments & Reviews

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. Me. I Am Stephy… The Elusive Chanteuse May 27, 2014

    Ne-Yo! He is a great songwriter!

    • atlanofskxcb May 27, 2014

      If you are SINGLE and interested in black women dating white men, white women looking for black men, go to JOIN the best and largest Interracial dating site on — BlackMenDatingWhiteWomen(.)or g————. Thousands of Black Men, Black Women, White Men and White Women Free Join Here Everyday.Here a 100% safe, serious and real community for black & white single seeking interracial relationships, friendships, dating ,love and more. xcbxcb

  2. Mark111 May 27, 2014

    How can one judge the state of R&B when for the past few albums you released EDM singles? Just shut up and catch up because Chris, Jason and even Trey has surpassed you years ago. The single is nice tho.

    • coolness May 27, 2014

      All these male R&B singers who are now making a return to their R&B roots after serving us that EDM mess need to stfu about the state of R&B today. Why? Because they abandoned the genre when it needed life support. I think Ne-Yo is talented but I’ve always felt he talks dumb stuff at times. Does he have any idea how transparent he comes across with these comments? Especially, when he and others were branding doing EDM as ‘growth’ and ‘evolving’ which is really code for selling out and trying to remain relevant instead of maintaining artistic integrity. Oh and the new song sucks.

      • DMWN May 28, 2014

        True. All you gotta do is look up interviews Ne-Yo did about 2 yrs. ago where he was defiantly defending his move over to EDM/pop, acting as if it was organic and basically said that those who had a problem with it can just not bother to check for him anymore. Now that R&B is clawing its way back into the mainstream, we see who was real and who was fake. These urban acts who pandered to pop between 2010 and 2013, and pretended that it was just a case of wanting to try new things, are suddenly trying to “return to their roots” now that they feel its safe. So fake. I find it hilarious that more of the R&B females were ballsier about keeping it real during the R&B blackout that the guys were. Do you know how big a record Beyonce could have had if she opted for a “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)” and a Pitbull feature instead of putting out records like “Party” with Andre 3000. Meh.

Recommended Posts
.. **