Ne-Yo made his 'Saturday Night Live' debut over the weekend, performing two songs from his new album 'R.E.D.' on the show hosted by Jamie Foxx.

The R&B superstar first gave the audience a high-energy rendition of his dance-pop single 'Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself),' backed by a set of male and female dancers. For his second song, Ne-Yo went for the mellow ballad 'She Is.' The album track features country star Tim McGraw, but he did not appear with the 30-year-old crooner on the show.

Ne-Yo has been all over the small screen promoting his fifth studio album. In addition to a major appearance on the CW's '90210,' the singer has wooed audiences on 'The View,' '106 & Park,' 'The Late Show with David Letterman,' 'Ellen,' 'Dancing With the Stars,' 'The Voice' and more. Additionally, Ne-Yo has also made appearances at the Soul Train Music Awards, the Halo Awards and on 'CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute.'

The R&B hit maker is also being honored by the biggest awards show in the music industry. While he is not solely up for an award, Calvin Harris has been nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 2013 Grammys for his song 'Let's Go,' which features Ne-Yo's smooth vocals.

Watch Ne-Yo Perform 'She Is' on 'SNL'