Usher will release his new album on the same day he will perform at halftime of the Super Bowl 2024
On February 11, 2024, singer Usher will perform at halftime of the Super Bowl, but on the same day he will release his album “Coming home”, which will be his first musical production in eight years.
Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime Show and ‘Coming Home’ Album Drop
Hours after it was announced that Usher will perform at halftime of the next Super Bowl, to be held on February 11, 2024, the singer announced that on the same day he will release his new album, entitled Coming home, which will mark his big return to the music scene.
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The artist -whose full name is Usher Raymond IV- took to his Instagram account to share the album cover, which shows him with his back turned, shirtless and holding a peach. Coming home will be Usher’s first production in nearly eight years, following 2016’s Hard II Love (two years later he released A, a collection of songs in collaboration with producer Zaytoven that is not considered in his discography as a solo album).
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In a statement Usher was excited to perform at an event like the Super Bowl: “It’s the honor of a lifetime to finally fulfill a Super Bowl performance on my bucket list. I can’t wait to bring the world a show unlike anything they’ve ever seen from me before. Thank you to the fans and everyone who made this opportunity possible. I will see you all very soon.” In the meantime, Usher’s fans can enjoy “Dientes,” a collaboration of the singer with reguetonero J Balvin and producer DJ Khaled that is currently topping the charts.