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Three-time Grammy Award®-winning artist Ne-Yo was explaining the genesis of his new album title, R.E.D., an acronym for Realizing Every Dream. “It came from me stepping outside myself, looking at my life as it is today and realizing that every dream I’ve had from the day I decided I wanted to do music, that I wanted my life to be about music, every dream that I’ve had ... Read more in Amazon's Ne-Yo Store

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  • Audio CD (5 Nov. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B0099R7YAY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,645 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cracks In Mr. Perfect
2. Lazy Love
3. Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)
4. Miss Right
5. Jealous
6. Don't Make Em Like You - Ne-Yo, Wiz Khalifa
7. Be The One
8. Stress Reliever
9. She Is - Ne-Yo, Tim McGraw
10. Carry On (Her Letter To Him)
11. Forever Now
12. Let's Go - Calvin Harris, Ne-Yo
13. Shut Me Down
14. Unconditional

Product Description

Fifth studio album from the American singer-songwriter. 'R.E.D' (an acronym for 'Realizing Every Dream') features the sings 'Lazy Love', 'Let Me Love You' and 'Don't Make 'Em Like You' (featuring Wiz Khalifa).

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By The Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Nov. 2012
Format: Audio CD
Five albums into his career and 'R.E.D.' finds this exceptional performer
on ever-more secure ground. This is, in many ways, his very finest work
so-far. That Ne-Yo is blessed with one of the most distinctive voices in
the game has never been in doubt but in this new collection his heart,
head and larynx seem better connected than ever before. There is a
glorious flexibility of attack and richness of tone evident in these
seventeen new numbers which, with spot-on pitch and an easy facility
with both words and melody, keeps him head and shoulders ahead of the pack.

The involvement of a truck load of producers has not interfered with the
overall sonic coherence of the album. The diversity of his collaborators
turns out to be a real strength, adding colour and variety to the project.

Whether in dance-friendly tracks like 'Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To
Love Yourself)', 'Forever Now' and 'Shut Me Down' (the inclusion of 'Lets Go',
a spirited turn with Calvin Harris, rips up the rug too!); or beautifully articulated
ballads such as 'She Is' (a scintillating highlight), 'Forever Now' and the
truly lovely minor key 'Alone With You (Maddie's Song)', this consummate
artist never drops a stitch. The fact that he makes it all seem so easy is
a credit to his innate musicality and ability to make each song ring true.

A confident and thoroughly enjoyable listening experience from top to tail.

Highly Recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By themusiQprojeQt on 17 Nov. 2012
Format: Audio CD
Ne-Yo returns with a far much better record than its 2010 predecessor, Libra Scale. The album contains a strangely healthy balance of R&B and a David Guetta-ish Europop sound. Production-wise, he enlisted Shea Taylor for most of the work and once again hooked up with his long-time collaborators - Stargate, who manage to lend their hand on three tracks including the radio-friendly `Forever Now', and `Miss Right'. However, the latter's sound leaves you feeling like you've listened to a hushed-up version of 2006's So Sick - I felt a bit short-changed here!

Lyrically, it is `Jealous' which proves to be a winner. With lyrics such as; "What I wouldn't give to be your shoe, Just so I could caress your feet" one can tell how Ne-Yo is not shy to put on his wordsmith mantle. `Stress Reliever' comes with a sombre and melancholic sound set against the interwoven vocal harmonies of Ne-Yo - this is R&B in its purest form, what a perfect song! Another ear-pleaser is `All She Wants', the only problem with the song is the rather redundant verse by Young Jeezy, which fails to add any value at all. Other personal favourites are `Should Be You' ft. Fabolous & Diddy and `Dont Make Em Like You' ft. Wiz Khalifa.

All in all, RED is a good album. Is it better than Libra Scale? Yes. Is it better than 2008's Year of the Gentleman? No.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By faye 78 on 7 Nov. 2012
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I pre ordered Red about two months ago and couldnt wait for it to come,. As Libra scale was such a disappointment with only two good tracks I was hoping that RED would be an improvement and see Neyo back to his brilliant self. RED has some good tracks and by far let me love you is the best track on it but I feel that most of the songs are too slow and sound the same, please Neyo how many songs can you write about sex? Neyo is such a talented song writer but seems to be stuck on writing songs about sex. Year of the gentleman is my favorite album even as it shows everything that made Neyo such a brilliant songwriter, every song on that album was different which made it so good. I have followed Neyo since so sick and seen him live four time but after his last two albums have started to loose interest. RED is a big improvement on Libra scale but could be so much better. Bring back the old Neyo.
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Format: Audio CD
A great album from Ne-Yo (Shaffar Smith), easily his best since Year Of The Gentleman and arguably the best from him yet.

There is great versatility and variety shown in this album, which I feel he has not shown enough before. In terms of the concept, each song describes a dream of Smith's that he has realised, some that have turned out positive, others negative. Here's the breakdown:

Cracks In Mr Perfect - 3/5, A very personal and honest R&B track about Smith describing his mistakes in life since becoming famous saying 'its like I become more of an idiot, with every million I get'
Lazy Love - 4/5, terrific slow ballad about being addicted to casual sex when he has work commitments - fabulous backing tones that are reminiscent of MJ.
Let Me Love You - 5/5, We have all heard this one by now, great dancey pop track about Smith giving a girl a chance that has never been in love before, if she'll just open up and put her problems to one side.
Miss Right - 4/5, nice mid-speed R&B feel-good song about Smith finding 'the right one' when he least expected it and had given up hope.
Jealous - 5/5, lovely feel-good song about feeling obsessively jealous about everything a girl does in a relationship right down to the 'sun that touches her skin on a sunday afternoon'.
Don't Make Em Like You - 5/5, great hip-hop style track with catchy chorus, with Smith describing what makes a particular girl he has spotted unique.
Be The One - 5/5, real nice dancy but emotional track about him justifying why he feels he should be given a chance by a girl he likes, when she already has a boyfriend that is undeserving of her.
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