Monthly archives: agosto, 2016

Usher Talks New Album ‘Hard II Love,’ and ‘Hands of Stone’ Film on Jimmy Kimmel Live

With Hands of Stone hitting theaters today, Usher made an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday night. Along with promoting the movie, the R&B star officially announced the title of his eighth studio album, Hard II Love, and confirmed it is coming out Sept. 16. Last night, he also dropped two new songs, the



USHER READIES NEW ALBUM ‘HARD II LOVE’ FOR SEPTEMBER

Usher’s Flawed has become Hard II Love. The R&B legend’s eighth studio album, his first since 2012’s Looking 4 Myself, has undergone a couple of name changes (it was previously titled UR as well), but now the name is official, according to an iTunes pre-order in New Zealand (via HHNM). Due to arrive Sept. 16, Hard II Love includes the previously-released singles “Crash” and“No Limit” featuring Young Thug. The




USHER FEAT. MASTER P, TRAVIS SCOTT, 2 CHAINZ, A$AP FERG, & GUCCI MANE – ‘NO LIMIT (G-MIX)’

Make ’em say uhh. Just in time for the weekend, Usher liberates the star-studded “G-Mix” to his Young Thug-assisted single “No Limit” featuring some of hip-hop’s finest including Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, Gucci Mane, and even Master P, who inspired the song. The original No Limit soldier kicks things off by getting “rowdy,



Usher attends The Weinstein Company’s HANDS OF STONE special screening hosted

Usher Raymond, actor Edgar Ramirez, director Jonathan Jakubowicz, former professional boxer Roberto Duran, producer Jay Weisleder, and moderator Francisco X. Rivera attend The Weinstein Company’s HANDS OF STONE special screening hosted at The Grove in Los Angeles on August 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.



Usher Announces “No Limit (Remix),” Talks ‘Hands of Stone,’ New Album ‘Flawed’ & More

Usher is out to prove there is “No Limit” to how many artists can fit on a remix. The R&B crooner has announced a “G-Mix” of his Young Thug-assisted single that is set to feature a diverse posse including A$AP Ferg, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, and Master P, who inspired the song’s title.