Usher gives a feel of his upcoming seventh studio album “Looking 4 Myself.” The album will hit the stores on June 12 and has appearances from Rick Ross, Pharrell, A$AP Rocky and more. Listen to the snippets below and tell us what you think so far.
Usher is currently going through some real-life personal dram in court, fighting with his ex wife over custody of his two kids. While Tameka, accuses Usher of having a busy schedule and not having time for his kids, Usher claims that his ex wife is a violent person.
He brought up the incident, when Tameka flew into a jealous rage when she saw him with his girlfriend. She spat on the girlfriend, tried to hit her and started throwing plates with food at Usher. He also claims that Tameka violent history and that he is worried about how good she takes care of their two kids.
However, when Tameka’s lawyer started accusing Usher of being a bad father, the singer broke down in tears. Watch the clip below.
Take a look at the videos of performances during 2012 Billboard Music Awards. In Order: Whitney Houston Tribute, Chris Brown, Stevie Wonder & Alicia Keys, Usher, Goodie Mob, Justin Bieber, Nelly Furtado
Rick Ross drops the first single “Touch’N You” off his upcoming album “God Forgives, I Don’t,” due July 31. The sexy track, targeted for the ladies, produced by Rico Love and features Usher. Listen below and tell us how you liked it.
Usher and Justin Bieber are on the cover of the special edition of Billboard Magazine. Both singers are getting ready to drop their new albums and are scheduled to perform at Billboard Music Awards on May 20th.
Inside the mag, Usher talks about growing up as an artist and much more.
“In life we have to grow,” Usher says of his management changes, “and one thing that’s been beautiful is that I’ve been able to grow along with my mother and people of my past. They’re proud of me as I move forward, and are able to acknowledge the work I’ve been doing and say, ‘I like what you’re doing, and I like that you’ve been able to pick it up and continue to move on.’”