Ne-Yo ft. Mary J. Blige - Do You (Remix)

Posted 9 years ago
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Following his smash single, Because of You, Ne-Yo released the down-trodden, Do You.  Although The Heavyweights-produced single has begun to slowly climb the charts, something about the offering seemed empty.  Enter: Mary J. Blige for a remix.  Together, the wanna-be King of Pop joins the real Queen of Hip-Hop Soul for a harmonious duet that few could pull off as nicely.  Look for the remix to help un-stall the record; at least until Def Jam decides to release Make It Work as the next single.

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