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Usher Releases New Single 'Crash'

06/13/2016
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(Radio.com) Usher has released a new single "Crash." The emotionally-driven song is a return to form for Usher, who rose to fame on his carefully crafted and sensual R&B ballads.

The song has a moodier feel thanks to gritty synths and a steady but structured beat. "Crash" deals with a relationship gone off the rails, but one that's made it hard for Usher to let go.

"Would you mind if I still love you?/ Would you mind if things don't last?/ Would you mind if I hold on to/ You so that I won't crash?" he sings on the chorus.

In the meantime, Usher is hard at work getting ready to release his eighth studio album. He hasn't shared a title or release date yet. Check out Usher's latest here.

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