On his spectacular new album, Coming Home, Usher takes listeners with him on a journey through the highs and lows of love, loss, and redemption. Guests include 21 Savage and Summer Walker.
Usher returns to the spotlight with his highly anticipated ninth studio album, Coming Home. With the infectious hit single "Good Good," featuring the dynamic duo of 21 Savage and Summer Walker leading the charge, Usher once again proves his mastery of modern R&B. Coming Home also marks a significant reunion for Usher, as he teams up once again with legendary producer L.A. Reid. Their collaboration, which harkens back to the days of the Confessions album, brings a fresh energy to the project, infusing each track with the signature style and swagger that fans have come to know and love. Recorded primarily in Atlanta, the album boasts a roster of top-tier producers, including Sean Garrett, Lil John, the Avila Brothers, and many more. As always, it showcases Usher's ability to seamlessly blend elements of hip-hop, R&B, and pop into a sound that’s both timeless and contemporary.
Across his impressive career, Usher has left a huge mark on both music and culture, earning a staggering array of accolades. From his multiple Grammy awards to his diamond-selling albums, he has consistently pushed the boundaries of expression while bringing joy to audiences around the globe. But Usher's influence extends far beyond his music. As a dedicated philanthropist and humanitarian, he has used his platform to uplift communities and empower youth through his New Look Foundation. Since its inception in 1999, the foundation has provided countless opportunities for underserved youth to pursue their dreams, embodying Usher's commitment to making a positive impact on the world.
As if that weren't enough, Usher has been tapped as the headline performer for the 2024 Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show (cut to Taylor Swift dancing and singing along in her luxury box), cementing his status as one of the most electrifying entertainers of his generation. Whether he's lighting up the stage in Las Vegas or using his voice to effect change on a global scale, Usher continues to inspire audiences worldwide.