Singer/songwriter Ne-Yo may not be a fan of Donald Trump, but he’s a fan of checks, which means he’d perform for the President-elect. TMZ cameras caught up with the crooner at LAX on Thursday, and asked if he’d perform at Trump’s inauguration, to which he replied, “Yeah, I’d be there.” He added, “I wouldn’t go because I support Donald Trump, I’d go because it’s a dope party. I would go, get the check, have a good time and still say no to Donald Trump.” Ne-Yo is one of many artists who joked that they’d move to Canada if Trump was elected. Singer/songwriter Kehlani gave fans bit of sweet and sexy yesterday by releasing the visual for the single “Table”, featuring rapper Little Simz. In the David Camarena directed clip, the ladies make their way through leaf covered streets, party with friends and perform at stage. The clip was shot during Kehlani’s last European tour. Following the release of  “SSS”, Kehalani will kick off her world tour starting Feb. 21 in Montreal. Singer Mariah Carey continues to bring Christmas joy with her NYC concert series. After surprising fans with John Legend, Carey brought out singer R. Kelly for a special duet at the Beacon Theater on Thursday night. Carey and Kelly celebrated the holiday season by performing the Nat King Cole classic “The Christmas Song.” Putting nerves aside, Carey and Kelly dazzled the crowd with their vocals, before toasting to the holidays with eggnog. Kelly, who recently released his holiday album “12 Nights Of Christmas”, ended the performance by planting a series of kisses on Carey’s cheek. Carey tweeted about the performance, while Kelly stated that he had a blast. Anything can happen in Las Vegas, even an R&B veteran crashing your wedding with a surprise performance. Las Vegas is a popular wedding destination, so singer/songwriter Brian McKnight gave some unsuspecting couples the memory of a lifetime by showing up after their nuptials with guitar in hand to perform his single “Back At One.” McKnight told Steve Harvey that it’s beautiful to see people take that journey together. He added that he doesn’t want to be paid for it, so h e doesn’t do it often. It was beautiful to see the faces of the couples while he performed. With his forthcoming project “The Return Of East Atlanta Santa” scheduled to be release Friday, rapper Gucci Mane decided to present NPR with some freebies before the album’s release. With his long time producer Zaytoven accompanying him on piano, Gucci dipped into his catalog to perform “First Day Out”, “Waybach”, and “Last Time.” Upping the ante on the promotion, Gucci also participated in New York’s SantaCon 2016, where he sported a special Santa hat with East Atlanta embroidered on the front. Gucci extended his kindness by performing five songs and distributing gifts to all in attendance.