In 2014, Usher swooned the country with a one of a kind, 28-date tour aptly dubbed, The UR Experience. While it officially closed in December of that year on the road, the experience was far from over. “The UR experience is anticipation,” he told REVOLT around the time of the road portion of this said innovative movement. And as the anticipation continues to build for the singer’s long-awaited follow-up to 2012’s Looking 4 Myself, the UR Experience carries on via two new singles.
On Thursday (June 9), Usher released the Master P-inspired number, featuring Young Thug, "No Limit." Now, today (June 10), the R&B superstar returns with the pop-ready "Crash."
"Would you mind if I still loved you?," Ursh croons over the summery song. "Would you mind if I hold onto you so that I won’t crash." This is now the latest offering of new material from the singer, as an album remains shrouded in mystery. For all we know, considering all the songs released since the 2012 album, from "Good Kisser" to "I Don’t Mind" and the newly-released pair, the LP could very well be upon us via the ongoing UR Experience.
"Crash," unlike "No Limit," which arrived via Tidal, is available on iTunes.