Usher Dominates Rhythmic Radio With ‘No Limit’

Published: Thursday 23rd Jun 2016 by David

Usher‘s ‘No Limit’ is exceeding expectations on radio.

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Keen to ensure his next album soars higher than ‘Looking For Myself’ the vocalist teamed up with the Hip-Hop titan Young Thug to write and record the number ‘No Limit.’

Its sister cut ‘Crash’ is faring better critically but, thanks to commitments made by several program directors on Rhythmic radio, the song flies into the Top Ten on the platform!


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  1. S****** Blonde June 23, 2016

    His new music is terrible.

    • LOL June 23, 2016


  2. Yeee June 23, 2016

    I wish he would do another confessions

    • Danny Bey June 23, 2016

      “Want my old s***, buy my old album.” -Jay Z

  3. MUSICHEAD June 23, 2016

    It is so important that Usher does well this time around, not just for him but for the future of male r&b artists. We have so many trap soul, neo soul and rock soul artists out there that labels are no longer investing in talented male vocalists who can give you a ballad and still take you to the club. Usher and maybe even Trey Songz can bring that back. Good luck to him!

    • Living Room Floor June 23, 2016

      Miguel is an exceptional vocalist who never seems to get enough credit.

    • #? June 23, 2016

      Deadass Usher and Trey Songz needs to keep R&B/Pop alive amongst the black males artist in this industry because Breezy has lost himself and fell off, On top of that this trap soul nonsense is b*******,The Weeknd,Bryson Tiller,and Tory Lanez music is so dark and depressing as f***. Breezy was on a roll 2011-2015. But it’s like 2016 everyone moved to Drake. When Usher released No Limit( despite what everybody says) it felt like a breath of fresh air when I heard it on radio because I’m sick of Drake,Beyoncé,Rihanna and Bryson Tiller. We needed a big R&B pop (not trap soul) black male artist to make a comeback and Usher is the guy to do it

    • Noah June 25, 2016

      The “R&B Male” brand Usher mastered is indeed becoming extinct….the generation after him have just been so poor along with R&B musics drop out from the mainstream.

      Chris Brown has always been heavily hip-hop infused, tarnishing the identity of a black singer and just opening doors for rappers to come through (Drake is now considered R&B). Trey Songz is sickeningly overrated as a vocalist, though does have nice production in the studio that leans towards genuine R&B…he just simply cannot sing. We don’t need a representative who can’t deliver on stage. He exemplifies s** appeal over talent tbh – practically a black Justin Bieber (without sounding too harsh) or even worse – Jason Derulo with his full blown Pop ass that hodls practically 0 R&B credibility.

      Usher’s craft of balancing dance music against soulful ballads is wearing thin despite most artists claiming his influence. (U Got It Bad & U Don’t Have to Call, Yeah! & Burn, Love In This Club & Moving Mountains, OMG & There Goes My Baby, Climax & Scream). Justin Timberlake will likely continue success with his white appeal remaining firm at any given level of mediocrity. Miguel and Bruno Mars have the best chance of representing soul in the mainstream – with the latter holding a broader audience.

  4. Go Fantasia June 23, 2016

    Fantasia’s “Sleeping With The One I Love” Debuts With The most added and most increased plays on Billboard Adult R&b Chart

    • What Now June 23, 2016

      I wish people would stop sleeping on that song and her.

    • MUSICHEAD June 23, 2016

      “When a label steers an artist to adult urban radio, they are going to the back of the line of priorities- just in front of gospel”- Jeff Robinson. Sadly this is true. Adult urban radio doesn’t sell records.

      • Coolness June 23, 2016

        So sad 🙁

  5. Coolness June 23, 2016

    Good for him. Still not sold on the song though.

  6. Lake Erie June 23, 2016

    Idk about this joint Usher.

  7. What Now June 23, 2016

    Well at least it’s a start. Hopefully he won’t run away if it doesn’t chart high on Billboard like he has been for the last two years.

  8. AnonymousK June 23, 2016

    What in the world is Rhythmic Radio? LOL

    Whatever happened to just good old R’n’B music?

    Good lord!

  9. A&R June 23, 2016

    Crash is it! I wonder why it’s not getting pushed?

  10. Living Room Floor June 23, 2016

    No Limit is garbage. Its a shame that its doing better than Crash

  11. HeReddish tran ivy blokz Need UK timely Ukuyi June 23, 2016

    Good for usher

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