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Looking 4 Myself by Usher

Song

Lemme See

Usher

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Song

Lemme See

Usher

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Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL
"We've reached euphoria!" announces Usher at the end of his sixth album. In addition to his casually great post-coitus slow jams (including "Climax" and "I Care for U") and electronic pop explosions ("Can't Stop Won't Stop" and "Scream"), Usher offers a frustratingly small window into his life as a pop superstar. He rues over his alienation from friends and lovers on "What Happened to U" and admits to feeling lost on "Looking 4 Myself." Intriguingly, his jumbled metaphors on "Sins of My Father" could be about his divorce... or something else. It's not Confessions, but it will have to do.

About This Album

"We've reached euphoria!" announces Usher at the end of his sixth album. In addition to his casually great post-coitus slow jams (including "Climax" and "I Care for U") and electronic pop explosions ("Can't Stop Won't Stop" and "Scream"), Usher offers a frustratingly small window into his life as a pop superstar. He rues over his alienation from friends and lovers on "What Happened to U" and admits to feeling lost on "Looking 4 Myself." Intriguingly, his jumbled metaphors on "Sins of My Father" could be about his divorce... or something else. It's not Confessions, but it will have to do.

Songs

About This Album

"We've reached euphoria!" announces Usher at the end of his sixth album. In addition to his casually great post-coitus slow jams (including "Climax" and "I Care for U") and electronic pop explosions ("Can't Stop Won't Stop" and "Scream"), Usher offers a frustratingly small window into his life as a pop superstar. He rues over his alienation from friends and lovers on "What Happened to U" and admits to feeling lost on "Looking 4 Myself." Intriguingly, his jumbled metaphors on "Sins of My Father" could be about his divorce... or something else. It's not Confessions, but it will have to do.