Have you ever had a physical reaction to a piece of music so strong that it caused you to vomit uncontrollably? Was the piece of music sung by R&B artist Ne-Yo? If so, you might be suffering from musicogenic epilepsy just like Zoe Fennessy.
Summer is just around the corner, and we can’t wait to enjoy it with a refreshing Fruttare Fruit Bar. But wait, it gets better. Cher Lloyd and Ne-Yo are teaming up to unleash a brand-new song to celebrate the U.S. launch of the frozen treat company.
Shaffer Chimere Smith (better known by his stage name, Ne-Yo,) released "Sexy Love" in 2006. It was the fourth and final U.S. single released from his debut album, In My Own Words. It reached number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Ne-Yo grooved with a troupe of dancers at the 2013 Grammy Nominations Live concert in Nashville tonight (Dec. 5.) The fedora-loving singer performed his most recent dance smash 'Let Me Love You,' and his moves were quite reminiscent of Michael Jackson.
Ne-Yo is a busy guy. Not only does he have a new album, titled 'R.E.D.' (an acronym for "Realizing Every Dream"), set for release in November, he also used his magic pen to write a few songs with Rihanna.
Ne-Yo fans may see the singer on the big screen again, but it won’t be in the role of Martin Luther King, Jr. The star recently turned it down due to the 30-pound weight gain required for the part.