Wednesday, 8 January 2014

National R Music

National R Music

Following his public separation from exwife Tameka Foster which included a song which appears on the album and a 911 call, many had doubts that Usher would be able to reclaim the sexy he once oozed as a single and very wanted crooner.

The album opens up with a hard pumping track that begins as an intro/monologue and storms into a full blown single, and ends with Love Into The Night. of the singles that grace the 14track album have already hit the faucet such as Freak Home Hey Daddy and Goes My Baby so fans will not be too surprised to hear a bit of a repeat.

The tracks that make up Raymond v. Raymond will surely bring back some of the fans that may have skipped out on Usher following the release of 2008 Here I Stand as the tracks on this album seem carefully selected to fit his current lifestyle.

Though Usher new project isn the best album we have gotten from the singer, it isn a far cry from his smash hit, diamond certified album Confessions.

The elements that music fans loved about the singer are revisited through songs like vs. Venus and Around. opulent vocals are still very present and prove to require little to no studio manipulation, a fact that will be like music to the ears of music enthusiast.

It isn certain if Usher will top the charts with Raymond v. Raymond, but it sure is clear that this project will continue to solidify him as an artist who is not to be slept on and proves that he isn down for the count, or prepared to throw in the towel anytime soon.

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