“Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)“ is song performed by American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo, taken from his fifth studio album, R.E.D. (2012). Released on July 10, 2012 by Motown Records, the song serves as the mainstream lead single from the album following the release of an R&B-tinged lead single, “Lazy Love”.
“Let Me Love You” combines elements of synthpop and Europop with a celebratory chorus co-written with indie-pop songwriter Sia Furler and production courtesy of Ne-Yo’s frequent Norwegian collaborators StarGate and British producers Mark Hadfield and Mike Di Scala (also known as Reeva & Black). A music video directed by Christopher Simms sees Ne-Yo “channeling” the late Michael Jackson in his dance moves, as well as showing off a toned six pack and physique.