"Don't Love Me" paves the way for Ne-Yo's forthcoming album.
Club Quarantine returns to its stomping grounds in what's considered to be a "welcome home party."
R&B will take center stage at the festival during Juneteenth weekend.
The album is a respectable debut from one of rap's brightest stars.
His current stance is a stark shift from 2017 when he advised women, "Don't listen to any of our advice."
The couple's reconciliation also led to the birth of their third child together who Ne-Yo joked is "definitely a quarantine baby."
Ne-Yo is set to host this year's show.
Fans are calling out the album for its male-dominated features with "abusive" and "misogynistic" artists including Future, Snoop Dogg, and Chris Brown.