Ne-Yo kicked off his album release week with a visit to “Good Morning America.” Following his performance at Sunday’s BET Honors, the R&B crooner rose bright and early to perform his hits live during the Winter Concert Series. While it was snowing outside, Ne-Yo heat up the indoor studio with his single “She Knows,” accompanied by some sexy dancers and a fur-clad Juicy J.
His sixth album Non-Fiction drops tomorrow featuring ScHoolboy Q, T.I., Jeezy, and more.
This time around, he asked for input from his fans on social media. “I wanted to tell my story, but I also wanted to tell their stories,” said Ne-Yo. “The reason that I’m still here 10 years later is because of [their support]. I wanted to make them part of the creative process.”
The album is a mix of various genres. “It’s quality music at the end of the day. I wanted to get to the place where people don’t consider genre when they think of me,” he said. “It might be dance, it might be R&B, it might be polka, but it’s gonna be good.”
Watch Ne-Yo storm the stage on “GMA.”