By DJ YRS Jerzy
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Eight years ago, Ne-Yo went from being just a songwriter to becoming a singer. Only months removed from penning joints like Mario’s “Let Me Love You,” it should come as no surprise that Ne-Yo had a fast rise. His first three albums were released under Jay-Z’s Def Jam.
Ne-Yo would release two more albums with Def Jam, after Jay-Z left, before joining Motown Records. As the head of Motown Records, Ne-Yo delivers both music and oversees other projects. Meanwhile, his ex can be seen on VH1’s “Atlanta Exes.”
Recently, Sway had Ne-Yo on Shade 45 for “Sway In The Morning.” In their interview, Ne-Yo jumped right into it and discussed being featured on “Atlanta Exes.” He also talked about what his biggest fears are in this conversation.
Watch the entire interview below:
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