When we say Ne-Yo's a man who wears many hats, we're not just talking about dude's amazing ability to accessorize. Sure, the sultry R&B crooner knows how to make a statement on the red carpet -- but behind that fine-lookin' fedora lies a sensitive soul -- the soul of somebody who's done some deep thinking about relationships and came up with only one rule: live every day like it's your last.
Combine that insight with the old adage "never let the sun go down on an argument," and you've got the basis for Ne-Yo's latest black-and-white video, "Mad." Set to soft, melodic harmonies (Think Usher, with a beat borrowed from OneRepublic's "Apologize," and the piano from Brian McKnight's "Anytime,") "Mad" highlights the pettiness of everyday relationship squabbles and urges us to take a step back and see the big picture.
So check out "Mad" off Ne-Yo's The Year of The Gentleman, and get ready to feel the love, Sixth Sense-style!
+ Bonus: Need another reason to keep living life to the fullest? Check out Alicia Keys' "Like You'll Never See Me Again."