Usher – Good Kisser

Just hours after sending out his new single "Good Kisser," Usher delivers its visual companion. The clip finds the singer in an abandoned warehouse with a team of dancers, performing an intricate choreography. Produced by Pop, Flip, JProof, Terry “Tru” Sneed, Natural and Oak, the song is the first impression of his upcoming eighth studio album, which is due this year and will feature the talents of the likes of Pharrell Williams, Diplo, Skrillex and more.

By: Petar Kujundzic / Music Videos / May 5, 2014 / 3223 Views
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  • maikel

    its been too long Usher

  • maikel

    im getting a Confessions vibe. i hope his new album will sound less like mainstream shit and more like good old rnb

  • Anssi Karjala

    so um.. let me get this straight... there is only two things usher can do; the old rnb and mainstream. come on man, you ever heard about creativity?

  • maikel

    maybe because Confessions is the best album usher ever made imo?

  • D-Roc

    8701 > Confessions

  • Robert Neems

    The King is back. Let these white boys like JT and Robin Thicke, take a good seat. Show em how to really DO IT this year mayne. Hope he doesn't disappoint. Hope he brings back the Confession type of sound with a new futuristic innovation.

  • Rick james

    This is racist.

  • Robert Neems

    Naw its truth. what's racist is cultural appropriation. Which is what JT and Robin Thicke are doing. That doesn't mean they're racist, it means the practice and culture of "cultural appropriation" is inherently racist. Look that up and then get back to me.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSZ55hEkxnM TopBananas

    6 people produced this?

  • $ir Achille$

    There is a difference between cultural appropriation and doing something you genuinely like doing which stems for another culture.

  • Robert Neems

    Whether you like doing it or not is beside the point. When you watered down and misrepresent a element of any culture in attempt to to be "cool" or "hip" it becomes an act of mockery and racism. Not expression. Robin Thicke was guilty of this last year during the whole Marvin Gaye issue, showing no respect to his family but using stylizing is song from Marvin Gaye.

  • Crishhh

    dope. period.