Ne-Yo Releases Cinematic Visual For “Don’t Love Me”

notYo tells with his words. On the track, Ne-Yo accepts the reality of his relationship and urges his partner to find someone who deserves her more:

And I really wanna see you happy, I really wanna see you safe/ I know you don’t feel that way with me anymore/ You should leave, it would be selfish of me to ask you to stay when I know I can’t I don’t love you like you deserve anymore / I can’t sit and watch you make the same mistakes

A few months ago, Ne-Yo celebrated the 15th anniversary of his first album In my own words by releasing a deluxe version of the entire work. He then followed up in September with his singles “What If” and the Yung Bleu-assisted track “Stay Down.”

In my own words (deluxe) boasted of several additional bonus tracks, including the exclusive “Girlfriend” track, “Stay (Remix)” featuring Rick Ross (which was released on the Japanese version of the album), two live acoustic performances of the hit singles “So Sick” and “Sexy Love” and two instrumentals (“So Sick” and “When You’re Mad”). Before that, Ne-Yo shared his single “U 2 Luv,” then went back to drop his remix with Lil Durk and Queen Naija shortly after. He released his last new body of work in 2019 when he spread early holiday cheer with his A different kind of Christmas album.

Be sure to hit play on the music video for “Don’t Love Me” below.

Briana R. Cross