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Usher Announces 'Confessions' Sequel Coming This Year



R&B singer Usher announced on Wednesday, May 26, that he plans on releasing a sequel to his highly successful album Confessions. With no definitive release date, the album is expected to come out sometime this year.



“I’m ready to drop my album,” Usher, who said he spent much of the lockdown recording new music, told The Associated Press.


“If this is an exclusive, I’m letting you know that the album is officially coming this year,” he continued. “But before it does, I’ll see you guys at my Vegas residency.”


According to Usher the sequel was supposed to be released soon but was delayed due to the pandemic. Back in 2019, he shared a portion of the album during a recording with Jermaine Dupri.


His fourth studio album, Usher's Confessions album was released back in 2004 and sold over 10 million copies in the United States and over 15 million worldwide. It also earned him eight Grammy Awards.



Usher will kick off his Las Vegas residency in July, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, a 4,300-seat performance venue.


“This couldn’t have come at a better time — to be able to bring people from all over the world to Las Vegas to come see me at The Colosseum is really a treat for me and hopefully, you know, just for everybody to celebrate. It’s been a really, really tough few seasons, but this will definitely be the hottest summer of all,” he said. “This is going to be the hottest July you have ever experienced. And you need to come to Las Vegas to experience that.”

2 comentários


Lucy Ransone
Lucy Ransone
14 de abr. de 2023

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Janet Locane
Janet Locane
11 de abr. de 2023

I love Usher. I would like to see his residence in Vegas.



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