The Grammy winner was sentenced to 24 hours of community service by a Georgia judge after pleading guilty to driving without a license, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Ne-Yo (real name: Shaffer Smith) – who also pleaded no contest to a reckless driving charge – was pulled over on Feb. 19 by Georgia police at around 2:30 a.m. for driving 105 mph – 50 miles above the speed limit.
The singer-songwriter was then given a ticket for reckless driving and for failure to have a Georgia driver's license.
As part of his sentence, Ne-Yo – who has been writing songs for Usher, Jennifer Hudson and Leona Lewis – must perform for the Boys and Girls Club and attend a defensive driving class. He also owes a $1,000 fine.
His album, The Year of the Gentleman, drops in August.