Ne-Yo Drops Dance-Filled Video for “Push Back” feat. Bebe Rexha & Stefflon Don


Ne-Yo gets us ready to whine up for summer!

The R&B gentleman premieres the dance-filled video for his sexy new club single “Push Back” featuring pop vixen Bebe Rexha and UK femcee Stefflon Don. The colorful visual was directed by James Larese and finds the international hitmaker in colorful attire, while diverse dancers show off their flexible moves around him.

“This record is just fun,” says Ne-Yo. “I love a woman that knows how to move. I love a woman that got her own, she has her own self, her own heart and mind. She’s comfortable with her body and when her song come on she gon’ move, she gon’ show you just how confident and comfortable she is.”

The video for the Stargate-produced banger brings together some amazing Dancehall performers, who deliver titillating choreography and show off some of the latest moves of the culture.

“Push Back” is the latest single from Ne-Yo’s forthcoming album, Good Man, which has already spawned the D’Angelo-inspired title track.

“There will definitely be some pop songs on this album, but there will also be some R&B songs on this album,” Ne-Yo told “The Breakfast Club” last year. “I’m one of the few artists that, my fans have allowed me to jump genres. I can do pop. I can do R&B. I can go over here and do a song with a Spanish artist or country artist, and my fans have allowed it. If they’re allowing me to do it, why not do it?”

More recently, Ne-Yo explained to Genius on their “For The Record” series that the album, “is about the journey of a good man. No man is born a good man. You have to go through some stuff, break some hearts, get your heart broken in order to get to the point where you make the decision to be a good man.”

In addition to Bebe Rexha and Stefflon Don, 2 Chainz, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Eric Bellinger, and Romeo Santos are also set to appear on Good Man. Get a sneak peek at the “Push Back” video above and stay tuned.

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