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The tragic events in Japan continue to bring out more of today’s top music artists to help raise awareness along with donations for the country’s relief efforts. Ne-Yo can now be added to that list as the R&B singer performed a special concert in Japan this past weekend in hopes of raising money and the spirits of the affected citizens.

Check out some of the highlights from the benefit concert and find out what else Ne-Yo has been up to NOW!

[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Ne-Yo[/lastfm] – Japan Charity Concert

Ne-Yo made his trip to Japan a memorable one with this concert, greeting fans and signing plenty of autographs as he intends to prove that love can be spread through music. During the show Ne-Yo even goes as far to address the crowd in Japanese, thanking them for coming out.

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Ne-Yo is rumored to be working on a new solo album for this year as well as a collaboration album with rapper [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Fabolous[/lastfm].

He currently can be seen acting in the new movie Battle: Los Angles – in theaters NOW!

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