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Editors’ Notes

Billed as the “last chapter of Raymond v Raymond,” Versus is intended as an addendum to Usher’s 2010 full-length, which was met with mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Even though Usher is obviously in damage control mode, Versus works. It’s as if the singer studied feedback from his fans, focused on the stronger parts of Raymond v Raymond and built on them. By focusing on his strengths and not trying to go in too many directions at once, he came up with a stellar collection of new songs. “Love ‘Em All,” “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love” and “Somebody to Love” show Usher nailing the uptempo club sound that was so elusive on his previous album. The singer’s personality doesn’t disappear in these songs — the old Usher is still recognizable, where he was often obscured by some of the trend-hopping of Raymond v Raymond. “Hot Tottie” proves that he is one of the only pop artists able to hold down four audiences at once — pop, club, R&B and hip-hop. A 15-year veteran of the music industry, Usher understood the importance of a quick recovery after a unexpected stumble, and Versus does a lot to help the singer regain his footing.

Customer Reviews


Tht song makes the whole album..soooo dope.. great beatz reminds me of jay-z's early days...



I'm freakin loving how he's crossing a little more over into pop than R&B!! I wish the Somebody To Love he has on here was JUST him through the whole song though.

is this album clean

if this album is the clean version put yes on was this review helpful if this album is the dirty (explicit) version then put no on was this review helpful


Born: October 14, 1978 in Dallas, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

One of the most successful pop-R&B artists of the late 20th century and the early 21st century, Usher debuted during the mid-'90s as a fresh-faced teenager. As part of the thriving LaFace label roster, he made an instant impact in R&B's post-new jack swing era. He successfully rode mainstream songwriting and production trends across three decades and peaked artistically and commercially during the mid-2000s, when his landmark fourth album, Confessions, outshone all of its competitors. It generated...
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