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Looking 4 Myself

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With a discography that’s defined modern R&B as we know it, Usher has transcended the urban genre that spawned him, sculpting his own brand of “revolutionary pop.” Sprinkled amongst the electronic dance tracks that predominate Looking 4 Myself are cuts with surprisingly organic drums and retro references like the Pharrell collaboration “Twisted” and the introspective “Sons of My Father.” Diplo appears on the new single “Climax.” Proto-’80s sequenced synthesizer lines and a disciplined rhythm track commence to a set assured falsetto vocals. “Scream” reverberates with club ready synths and infectious hooks, making it the logical sequel to “OMG,” the monster hit from 2010.

Biography

Born: 14 October 1978 in Chattanooga, TN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After Usher Raymond was spotted by a LaFace record executive at a talent show in his hometown of Atlanta, his career took off in no time. The 14-year-old auditioned for LaFace co-founder L.A. Reid, who signed the gospel choir boy to a recording contract. Raymond was introduced to the world simply as "Usher," and released his debut album of the same name in 1994, which featured co-executive producer Sean "Puffy" Combs. The first single, "Think of You," gained Usher wide recognition and reached gold...
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