Usher Songs

  • Chains
    TIDAL steps their game up this morning, with the release of a new exclusive from Usher, featuring Nas and "Bitch Better Have My Money" songwriter Bibi Bourelly. Finally, they've allowed non-TIDAL subscribers access to the exclusive, releasing the record to the public in a unique player. There's a catch. You need to keep the tab open in order to play the cut, as well as activate your webcam. If you look away or change tabs, the song stops playing.
  • My Baby Just Cares For Me
    My Baby Just Cares For Me
    With covers from Lauryn Hill, Jazmine Sullivan, Common, Usher, Mary J. Blige, and more, Nina Revisited...A Tribute to Nina Simone might change the compilation album game forever when it drops on July 10. 
  • Somebody Else (Remix)
    Somebody Else (Remix)
    Back in December, veteran singer, songwriter and producer Rico Love began rolling out his new album Turn the Lights On with the single "Somebody Else." With the album now set to arrive in under two weeks, Love's now shared a remix of the lead single that features Usher and Wiz Khalifa.
  • All Falls Down
    All Falls Down
    The last time R&B mainstays Usher and Chris Brown linked up, we got surefire heat in the form of X's "New Flame," and now the dynamic duo are back with another, most likely taken from Usher's upcoming album. Even though it's titled "All Falls Down," it unfortunately bears no similarities to Kanye West and Syleena Johnson's 2004 song of the same name.
  • The Matrimony
    The Matrimony
    Wale announced the new single from his upcoming LP, The Album About Nothing, yesterday, and now he's delivered on the promise, hitting us with the radio-ready track, "The Matrimony". Usher guests on the hook, and with "I Don't Mind" getting plenty of airplay, it couldn't be a better time for this collaboration.
  • I Don't Mind (Remix)
    I Don't Mind (Remix)
    After a few records that didn't do his usual numbers, Usher found the right single with "I Don't Mind". The Juicy J and Migos-assisted track takes the right notes from hip hop's current trends (sub bass, ad-libs, and strip club themes), while still keeping within an attainable lane for the singer (let's not forget that he was at the forefront of ATL club sounds 10 years ago with "Yeah").
  • Still Got It
    Still Got It
    Ursh returns today with a new flute-riddled song produced by Migos' go-to Zaytoven. Appropriately, Migos are also featured on the record, providing their uppity ad-libs throughout the record. Meanwhile Usher stunts on us, targeting his haters when he says he hasn't fallen off one bit. Does it have hit potential?
  • Clueless
    Usher surprised fans when he announced that his new single could be found in specially marked boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios last week. The strangest display of "#NewRules" we've seen yet not only made it difficult to acquire the song, but some fans reported that the provided download code didn't even work (luckily, they had a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios to take comfort in).
  • Hold You Down (Remix)
    Hold You Down (Remix)
    Moments after DJ Khaled delivered a new vlog where he celebrates "Hold You Down" hitting #1, the biggest DJ in the game has another celebratory moment for "Hold You Down" by dropping off a big remix of the song, now featuring Usher, Rich Ross, Fabolous and Ace Hood (the original was strictly singers with Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih and Future). Usher takes on the hook for the remix. Is it better than the original?
  • I Don't Mind (Remix)
    I Don't Mind (Remix)
    Back in June, Usher shared a new track called "I Don't Mind" that featured a fourth quarter verse by Juicy J. Today, AZ spitter Vee Tha Rula has remixed the track, subbing in a verse of his own for Juicy's. 
  • Body Language
    Body Language
    Yesterday, Kid Ink gave us a preview of his news single by posting a snippet on his Instagram account, and today we've gotten the full version. "Body Language" features Usher and Tinashe and was co-produced by Cashmere Cat and Stargate.
  • Body Language
    Body Language
    Kid Ink announced that he'd be dropping the first single from his upcoming studio album on September 9th. While the single will likely hit iTunes on that day, the official premiere will actually come tomorrow morning, and though the features were initially kept under wraps, they've been announced to come from Usher and Tinashe.
  • Believe Me
    Believe Me
    Just moments after announcing his new UR tour, Usher is back with a hot new single in promotion of his new UR album. Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, "Believe Me" finds Usher back on the radio-ready R&B sound that made him a pop icon in the early 2000s. The song is rumored to be a bonus track on the crooner's upcoming album, but that shouldn't stop it from rocketing up the charts.
  • She Came To Give It To You  (CDQ)
    She Came To Give It To You (CDQ)
    As Ursher's "Good Kisser" continues to take over the airwaves, the singer dropped off another new single featuring Juicy J the other week, "I Don't Mind." He's back at it again this week, calling on Nicki Minaj for the funky and feel good record  "She Came To Give It To You." Pharrell is behind the boards for his dance-worthy cut off Usher's upcoming eighth studio album, due out in September.
  • Good Kisser (Remix)
    Good Kisser (Remix)
    Fraternal UK dance duo Disclosure haven't released much new material since dropping Settle, their fantastic debut, in 2013. Instead, they've been focusing on their remix game, which is decidedly on-point. Following a remix of Pharrell and Jay Z's classic track "Frontin'" last month, Disclosure drop a rework of Usher's recent single "Good Kisser."
  • New Flame
    New Flame
    Just a few moments after killing it at the BET Awards, Chris Brown has decided to unleash "New Flame" on the public. Featuring verses from Usher and Rick Ross, the new single is slated to appear on Brown's upcoming X album. This is the first taste of new music we have heard from Breezy since his release from jail and it doesn't disappoint. Is "New Flame" as hot as its title may suggest? Let us know in the comments section! Quotable Lyrics:
  • New Flame
    New Flame
    Chris Brown has been doing pretty well on the charts, despite being locked up over the last few months. His latest single, "Loyal" has been everywhere, and now that he's out, Chris is getting ready to launch another big single. "New Flame" features both Rick Ross and Usher, and is due out soon. The singer gives us a sample of the song, which previews both the chorus, and the beginning of Usher's verse before fading away.
  • I Don't Mind
    I Don't Mind
    Usher follows up the deceptively filthy soul jam "Good Kisser", with a classic R&B record featuring a few modern twists. Ad-libs are abundant on this track, and while it sounds like the unmistakable work of Migos, we can not confirm that the ATL trio contribute. The song, which is essentially an ode to Usher's stripper bae, also scores some subtle, but trap-like low end, which compliments the piano chords quite nicely. Finally there's the gleeful vulgarity of Juicy J, who unlike on number one hit "Dark Horse" is not under the gun to keep things PG.
  • Good Kisser (Remix)
    Good Kisser (Remix)
    The "Good Kisser" remixes keep coming in fast and furious. Outside of the official Rick Ross version, many-a-rapper has taken on the instrumental-- though Busta may be the first spitter to break out some melodies. While rap and R&B are becoming increasingly harder to separate, with plenty of new artists singing as much as they rap. That being said, Bussa Bus is definitely of a different era, and we were not expecting him to start crooning mid-verse, but he pulls it off pretty damn well.
  • Good Kisser (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Good Kisser (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Ted Smooth is consistently dropping remixes, and he generally makes a point of getting New York rappers to hop on his reworks. Recently, we've seen him work with The LOX on Chris Brown's "Loyal",  Troy Ave on Mack Wilds' "Henny", and  Maino on Trey Songz' "Na Na". Today, he takes on the popular remix track, "Good Kisser" by Usher, but rather than just tacking a verse onto the song, he redoes the entire instrumental, sampling Run DMC's "Peter Piper".