Adrienne Bailon signed to Neyo Compound Entertainment

Adrienne Bailon reportedly signed to Ne-Yo’s Compound
Entertainment a management/development
deal. Under the hitmaker’s wing, Bailon is both recording
+ re-recording material with hopes of luring a major label distributor.

It’s been a whirlwind few years for Adrienne Bailon.

Having risen to prominence as part of R&B outfit 3LW in the early 00?s, the singer’sbig break came when Disney snapped her up to front (what would become) the wildly successful Cheetah Girls.

While former 3LW star Naturi Naughton is making waves on the big screen, former bandmate Adrienne Bailon is making a splash in the studio.  The singer is said to be recording with R&B crooner Ne-Yo, working on a remix to Daddy Yankee’s hit“Ven Conmigo.” Fans may be hearing alot from the pair as they not only share the same label, but also the same management.

And, while the two may be working on contributions to the singer’s upcoming Def Jam debut, Bailon took to our friends at Rap-Up to address the long-awaited album’sdelay:

Ne-yo and Adrienne Bailon in recording studio

Ne-yo and Adrienne Bailon in recording studio

 

“I refuse to put out anything that’s not going to be perfect and not be a good representation of me.  Ever since the 3LW days, I’ve always wanted to do something with a Latin influence.  We’re going in a completely different direction and I’m much happier with it. I’m actually even more excited about these songs because I’m more in my own lane now. I don’t want to be just another R&B girl.”

 

R&B artist Ne-Yo and actress/singer Adrienne Bailon stopped by the Blue Hill Boys & Girls Club on Dec. 9 to pass out presents provided by Toys for Tots. Boston was a stop on Ne-Yo’s “giving tour” organized by his Compound Foundation for children. (Source: www.boston.com )
R&B artist Ne-Yo and actress/singer Adrienne Bailon stopped by the Blue Hill Boys & Girls Club on Dec. 9 to pass out presents provided by Toys for Tots. Boston was a stop on Ne-Yo’s “giving tour” organized by his Compound Foundation for children. (Source: www.boston.com )
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