N.E. Heart Break (song)

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"N.E. Heart Break"
New Edition N.E. Heartbreak Cover.jpg
Single by New Edition
from the album Heart Break
ReleasedJune 16, 1989
FormatVinyl Single
Recorded1987-1988; Flyte Time Studios
(Edina, Minnesota)
GenreR&B, new jack swing
LabelMCA
Songwriter(s)James Harris, Terry Lewis
Producer(s)Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Jellybean Johnson
New Edition singles chronology
"Crucial"
(1989)
"N.E. Heart Break"
(1989)
"Boys To Men"
(1991)

"N.E. Heart Break" is a song performed by American R&B quintet New Edition. The song serves as the fifth and final single from their sixth studio album Heart Break (1988).

"N.E. Heart Break" peaked at number 13 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The music video for the song depicts the group members riding mopeds after finishing their Heart Break tour. The music video featured cameos from Malcolm Jamal Warner (who also directed the video), Heavy D & The Boyz (The group's labelmate), Shanice Wilson, The Boys, Robert Townsend, and Brooke Payne, who also appeared in the "If It Isn't Love" video. The version of the song featured in the video is the single version, rather than the one featured on the studio album.

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