Usher releases new visual for “Bad Habits”

Usher releases new visual for “Bad Habits”

Usher releases new visual for “Bad Habits”

Fans of Usher are definitely getting prepped for a new album. He already released many singles including “Don’t Waste My Time” with Ella Mai, “SexBeat” with Lil Jon and Ludacris, “California” with Tyga,” and the socially charged “I Cry.” Moreover, he also partook in Good Morning America’s “2020 Summer Concert Series,” wherein he performed many of his hits for those whiling their time away in quarantine. Now, he is all set to come back with another amazing track called “Bad Habits,” produced by Pierre Medor and Lxrd Rossi, wherein he can be seen talking about relationship issues, similar to the Confessions era:

“I love love, I’m just bad at it, I just can’t escape all of these bad habits, I had way too many one nights, yeah, I keep messin’ up my love life, yeah…/”

The visual comes courtesy of legendary director Chris Robinson, and audience can see that his Ushers finds his girl with his phone, which clearly denotes that he was unfaithful to some extent. Then, a big dance number is incorporated, wherein Usher is still mulling over his mistakes.

The upcoming release of Usher, which is believed to be titled Confessions II, comes after his 2016’s Hard II Love, his eighth LP, which was first launched via the JAY-Z-helmed TIDAL platform that he co-owns. Although it was very exclusive, the project still managed to end up at number five on the Billboard 200, as it sold 38,000 units.

Apart from “Bad Habits,” it was also announced that Usher will be going to a Las Vegas Residency in 2021, wherein he will perform at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace from July till January of the following year.

“I cannot wait to perform for an audience… In Vegas, I get a chance to create the show that I want, and I get a chance to be with my fans who’ve been cooped up for months and months.”


The chairman of REVOLT Media & TV, Sean “Diddy” Combs announced his plans to open up a new college prep school in The Bronx.

The plan is to open Capital Prep Bronx on Sep. 8, and for now, the method of teaching will be limited to remote tools, due to Coronavirus. During the first year of the school, almost 200 underserved sixth and seventh grade students will attend the lectures. In the next few years, the school is optimistic of teaching 650 students, from grades six through eleven.

“My dream has always been to provide children, in communities like the Bronx, the high quality education they deserve,” said Diddy in a statement. “We’re not just teaching reading, math and coding. We are grooming future leaders that will change their communities and the world.”

Previously, two other prep schools were opened by Diddy and Dr. Steve Perry; which are located in Harlem, New York and Bridgeport, Connecticut.

“We couldn’t be more excited to open our next school together in Co-Op City, a community rooted in social justice and diversity.” Dr. Perry said in a statement. “While opening up remote at first is bittersweet, we have developed a best in class approach to online learning we are excited to implement with our new families. The Capital Prep college prep model is perfectly poised to transition into the digital space and we are excited to deliver a rigorous education to this inaugural class of scholars.”

Two years ago, Diddy- a longtime education advocate- pledged to donate $1 million towards the Bronx location. Stating that he knows the environment in which the kids lived, he expressed that he wanted to offer them a quality education.

“I understand the importance of access to a great education, and the critical role it plays in a child’s future,” he previously said. “Our school provides historically disadvantaged students with the college and career skills needed to become responsible and engaged citizens for social justice.”


Usher uncovers impressive new single

Usher uncovers impressive new single

Usher uncovers impressive new single

Usher uncovers impressive new single, “I Cry.”

The track sees the vocalist getting passionate about the difficulties we’re all confronting today.

With regards to the soundtrack of our present time as a Black people movement, we’ve heard tunes and visuals extending from wanting for harmony to battling for it no matter what. We’ve watched Black passings because of law requirement proceed, and government authorities drag themselves toward a reaction out of extraordinary response. Usher has been one of the numerous craftsmen who saw this unfold on TV and the web, making an assortment of feelings over the circumstance and its consequences for his youngsters. All things considered, he’s discharged another single named “I Cry,” which he further clarified via web-based networking media:

“This song was inspired by wanting to teach my sons that it is ok for a man to feels emotions deeply and to cry. Like many men, I was raised to believe that we have to be “tough” and not show our vulnerability, which I don’t want to teach them. While I was shut in during the pandemic and watching the death of George Floyd, the ongoing slaughter of Black men and women, the protests and the events that unfolded, I became very connected to the wider universal feeling of hopelessness. Like many, I grew increasingly frustrated by how slow things have been to change. I became very depressed thinking about all sons who have lost their father’s to police brutality, social injustice and violence; the daughters and mothers too. So I returned to this song and realized it was intended for this time, so I finished it and hear it is.”

Press play on Usher’s “I Cry” underneath. Added to the message, all revenue from “I Cry” — which sees music creation from Jeff “Gitty” Gitelman and Nasri — will be given to Local Initiatives Support Corporation, which aids respects to “moderate lodging, great schools, more secure lanes, developing organizations and projects that interface individuals with money related chance.”