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NE-YO To Rock The Stage In South Africa!

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Hey it’s your girl, Allegro & yep, it’s official! Ne-Yo is coming to Mzansi fo sho *wink*!

The “So Sick” & “Miss Independent” hit maker is making his way to South Africa this coming May. His two night concert will take place in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Ne-Yo is scheduled to kick-start things off on the 1st of May at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg and later pay his “Capetonian” fans a visit on the 4th at the Bellville Velodrome in Cape Town.

Ne-Yo & Farai in U.S.A

South Africa’s most colorful rapper JR will be the opening act for Ne-Yo. No doubt that he will be showing them how things are done South African style, come “show dem”.

For those who don’t know Ne-Yo is the soulful R&B heart-throb who brought us the hits such as “Closer”, “Addicted”, “Do you”, “Mad” and off course the hard working ladies anthem, “Miss Independent”. When this song was released almost every girl was caught saying “ooh, that’s my song”. Just when I thought he wouldn’t make me cry to one of his songs, he went on to release “Part of the list”, which still brings tears to my eyes. Fact is this song is beautifully written and well performed song.

Peep vid below to what I’m raving about (even I fell in love with this song – corny I know)…

I also hear that Ne-Yo has mastered has dancing skills, so there’s lots more to expect from this talented award winning artist. But will he ever match the skills of Usher, M.J. or Chris Brown? Which ever one you like…Come judge for yourself”. DON”T SAY I DIDN”T TELL YOU!

Tickets are on sale at Computicket & Shoprite stores, ranging from R250-R420. TRUST ME, you don’t want to be on the receiving side when Ne-Yo‘s concert is the talk of town.

From your girl, Allegro, peace, I’m out!

Will ya be going? Holla back & let us know!

Muah & ♥ ya for it!

farai – who has written posts on Farai Today.

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