Ne-Yo Celebrates Red Tails & Introduces His New Artists
Ne-Yo celebrated the opening of his historic film Red Tails and the new line-up of artists on his Compound Entertainment label with a private dinner in New York City.
Describing himself as being in “a great place right now,” Ne-Yo was passionate when speaking on his role in Red Tails, a movie about the Tuskegee Airmen (the first African-American fighter pilots in the U.S. Air Force) that producer George Lucas spent $73 million of his own money on to make. He was equally as enthusiastic when introducing the three lovely ladies of his label, Compound Entertainment: Latina bombshell Adrienne Bailon, R&B/pop chanteuse Ravaughn Brown and soul-stirring vocalist Loren Allred. The talented trio are rolling out music throughout the year, with Ravaughn’s “Same Ol’ B.S.” out now.
Ne-Yo shows off his new beverage, Malibu Red (a tasty mixture of Malibu and tequila)