Usher has been quietly, yet excitingly piecing together his new album. A project which several sources confirm will be titled ‘Confessions II’ – the sequel to his diamond selling album of the same name.
The 2004 original housed the tracks ‘Confessions I’ and ‘Confessions II’ – both of which fans loved in earnest.
And, as he warms up the masses for his much anticipated comeback, he seized a performance today to premiere another addition to the ‘Confessions’ chapter.
Watch footage from the 41-year-old’s intimate set for Cricket Wireless set below…
As for the lyrics? He sung:
“Remember that time I was sitting up sick, couldn’t sleep in the middle of the night?
You said, baby let me take you to the ER
I said, ‘Nah, Imma be alright’
Well, the next day I found out from f*cking around that the sickness I had was life
‘N I was fixed to keepin’ the decision to keep it
Knowing I had to get rid of it.”
Making the sure those on-hand understood, he gushed: “You realise what I just told you, right?
The development comes on the heels of several high-profile headlines about Usher’s private life that have played out online and in the courtroom. All of which he’s been radio silent about.
Suffice to say though, if he really is pressing ahead with revisiting the ‘Confessions’ concept, then we image more narratives are on the way.