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Ne-Yo's version of 'Friend Like Me' from 'Aladdin' has been debuted as the first preview from the star-studded compilation album set to be released on October 30.
The latest additions to the NBC's upcoming live musical are tapped to portray Tin Man, Scarecrow, and the gatekeeper to Oz.
'Orange Is the New Black' actress Laverne Cox, meanwhile, joins Michael B. Jordan and Zendaya as a presenter.
The R'n'B singer asks his lady if she will still love him even if he's not rich and famous on the new track off his upcoming 'Non-Fiction' album.
The duo takes fans back to the last day in 1999 in the music video for their newest collaboration from Pitbull's 'Globalization' album.
Initially planned for release earlier this year, the R'n'B star's sixth studio effort will now arrive on January 27, 2015.
The collaborations, following up the duo's 2011 hit 'Give Me Everything', will appear on Mr. Worldwide's upcoming 'Globalization' album.
A British mom named Zoe Fennessy has crippling seizures whenever she hears the R'n'B singer's vocals.
The R'n'B star, who says he has listened to RiRi's new material, says the 'incredible' album may even earn her new fans.
The R'n'B superstar sees scantily-clad girls dancing on the pole as he hits a convenience store, a library and a park.
The collaboration serves as the second single off the R'n'B superstar's 'Non Fiction' album that's scheduled to be released at the top of 2015.
The video, which sees the diva and her collaborator performing on a rooftop, arrives nearly six months after it was first teased in January.
The new song serves as the lead single off 'Non Fiction', Ne-Yo's new album that he says will be ' 99.999998 percent R'n'B.'
The Jeezy-assisted new single, which precedes Ne-Yo's new studio effort, will premiere on Tuesday, May 27.
The song comes as unexpected result of 'Why We Create Music', a documentary film by ASCAP which examines the power of music by some Grammy Awards-winning performers.