15 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The R&B icon embraces ATL’s new hip-hop. Usher’s latest songs show his silky vocals slipping into triple-time flows. While cameos from Young Thug and Future nod to his city’s recent rap innovators, the singer uses the darkly sensual beats of “Make U a Believer” and “Down Time” to explore the unseen possibilities of his own voice.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The R&B icon embraces ATL’s new hip-hop. Usher’s latest songs show his silky vocals slipping into triple-time flows. While cameos from Young Thug and Future nod to his city’s recent rap innovators, the singer uses the darkly sensual beats of “Make U a Believer” and “Down Time” to explore the unseen possibilities of his own voice.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
464 Ratings

464 Ratings

Theyaintready production ,

Disappointed

I've been a big Usher fan since 1997 I always loved his music and looked up to him growing up, but I do believe this is the worst album he ever came out with and I waited 4 years for this.... But don't get me wrong there's a few singles off the album that's hot but besides the singles I don't like the album... Smh and that's hard for me as a big fan to say that...

R&B Souldier ,

No. Just no.

I like Usher (or used to), but this album doesn't look to good. No limit is absolute trash. Why does every artist gotta take the "explicit" route just to sell records now days?

DJ VEE ,

He's finished!

Usher recording career is over unless he hooks up with Jermaine Dupri or Jimmy Jam And Terry Lewis or Timbland. Those singles he's releasing are flops. Get it together,bruh!

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