Ne-Yo Performs ‘Let Me Love You’ on ‘Letterman’

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Following his appearances on “The View” and “106 & Park,” Ne-Yo paid a visit to “The Late Show with David Letterman” on the road to promoting his new album R.E.D. Looking sharp in a burgundy suit and matching sneakers, the R&B gentleman commanded the stage with a dance-heavy performance of his hit single “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself).”

According to early estimates, R.E.D. is expected to sell 50-55,000 copies in its first week.



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13 Comments

  1. white hos love BBC

    dmn tht lil shrt blck chck dance for everybody..wuts her name? i wanna chop it up wth her

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  2. Add Joey Mannarino on Facebook!

    Wish this wasn’t the lead single. So sad to see him going pop with this! I will say though, he did give the best “euro-pop” song of 2012! I just hope he sells more than that corny ass 50k.

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    Niall Reply:

    @Add Joey Mannarino on Facebook!, Ne-Yo has been saying for months that the album would be 50/50 to appeal to his pop and R&B fans. If the latter can’t take a little diversity, that’s on them.

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    Tbozfan10 Reply:

    @Niall, honestly it’s probably on him or the record producer because that’s more people who will not buy the record. Either way, he is good forever. Just stating the facts from the business standpoint.

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    Sad he’s only pulling in 50k!

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    Tbozfan10 Reply:

    @Add Joey Mannarino on Facebook!, dang I know these aren’t the official numbers jus yet but that seems pretty low compared to even what were considered to be low sales of Usher, Chris Brown and Trey Songz earlier this year. I’ve seen a lot more promotion of Ne-Yo’s album than I did for either Trey Songz or Usher’s CDs and about the same amount as Chris Brown’s.

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  4. miles

    One of my favorite artist. but sad at the same time. this shows that no one is really selling though. Ne-Yo’s album is expect to debut at #3 with sales of 50k. 5 years ago 50k wouldn’t even get you in the top 30

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  5. key

    its even not pop, its DANCE music……….lol 50? thats nothing……..this ppl make us fall in love with them with rnb music and how they talking about evolution of music, no not evolution or another direction, well we fans we dont like that direction….i still like him but i love my rnb music,as long they doing them pop dance i aint gonna buy shit, bye usher,bye ne-yo

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  6. Jess

    Pop music, dance music, R&B music …

    If you can’t excel in more than one genre, I don’t have time for you. Michael and Whitney weren’t strictly R&B.

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    key Reply:

    @Jess, they had passion for that,today there is no passion anymore, its all about money. thanks to david guetta

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    J. Peezy Reply:

    @key, Sorry, I disagree. And during their time, Whitney and Michael were criticized for crossing genres as well. Moral: You’re never going to make everybody happy.

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  7. jacon

    The truth is r&b can still sell its just that the albums that these artists put out are not good…the beats and songs suck and there might only be 3 or 4 good songs on the album…its sad because r&b doesnt have to sound this bad and sometimes I think what are these singers thinking when they put the music out but I guess theres only a few that can r

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  8. Rianne

    I enjoyed watching Ne-Yo’s performance on Letterman in anticipation for his album R.E.D. His performance of Let Me Love you, has me excited to purchase the new album. I also liked the burgundy suit and sneaker combo, very fitting for the album’s title. I’m glad my DISH coworker suggested I watch this performance, I knew I wasn’t going to miss it so I recorded it on my DISH Hopper. When I played back this recording I was able to start watching on my living room TV and then continued watching on my kitchen TV right where I left off. I can’t wait to hear the new album!

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