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.
Usher's new album is due out later this year.
You want your own
And you need your own
Baby who am I to judge?
'Cause how could I ever trip about it?
When I met you in the club
I make enough for the both of us
But you dance anyway
You know I was raised in the A