Ne-Yo's upcoming LP will set to be released with sixteen tracks most of which speak about diversity.
Rapper Ne-Yo has allowed his fans to find out more about his upcoming third studio album "Year of the Gentleman". Its official tracklisting has been showed up to public. Sixteen tracks that have been confirmed to be featured in the album are said to mainly talk about diversity.
In one of the tracks called "Know What I'm Talking About", Ne-Yo teams up with rappers Nas and Jay-Z. In addition, he will also collaborate with another rapper Talib Kweli in single "Feels Better". His first single is a track called "Closer" which he describes as having mixed tunes from alternative to rock. He says, "It's a little bit of alternative, a little bit of pop, a little bit of rock." Meanwhile, for second single, Ne-Yo is reported to pick up "Miss Independent".
When asked about the men who will work in the production and promotion project, Ne-Yo simply says, "I worked with all the normal people that I work with." The album is scheduled to drop in the market on September 16.
Official tracklisting for Ne-Yo's "Year of the Gentleman":
- It's You
- Don't Go
- Miss Independent
- Let's Just Be Friends
- Know What I'm Talking About (featuring Nas & Jay-Z)
- In Luv
- Breakin' Up
- Stop This World
- So You Can Cry
- Not Perfect
- What's the Matter
- Feels Better (featuring Talib Kweli)
- Somebody Dumb
- What I Feel