Usher, 21 Savage, & Summer Walker To Drop New Song ‘Good Good’
Usher, 21 Savage, and Summer Walker will be releasing a new single titled “Good Good” this Friday (August 4). Usher announced that he would be enlisting the artists for his new record on Twitter on Monday (7/31).
Usher has previously worked with Summer on “Come Thru” from her debut album, Over It. The song samples Usher’s 1997 classic “You Make Me Wanna.”
21 and Summer worked together back in 2020 on the rapper’s “Secret.”
This is the first time that Usher has worked with 21 Savage.
This year, as Usher prepares for his upcoming studio album, he has dropped “GLU.” He was also featured on the remix to Muni Long’s Grammy-winning single “HRS & HRS.”
He previewed a new song “Comin’ Home” in his Rémy Martin campaign, where the R&B legend partnered with the liquor company to combine his love for music and skate culture.
“As an artist, I’ve always drawn creative inspiration from different facets of life that are expressed through my music,” says the 44-year-old in a statement per Vibe. “I’m incredibly excited to continue my partnership with Rémy Martin, representing their exceptional cognac expressions of 1738 Accord Royal and now, for the first time Rémy Martin XO, sharing an exclusive preview of my new music in a campaign that captures the breadth and endless possibilities of beautiful composition and marvelous melody.”
Usher hasn’t released a full album since 2016’s Hard II Love. While many fans thought that the Confessions album would be getting a sequel, the singer doubled down saying that his album will not be titled Confessions II. His reasoning behind not wanting to do a sequel is not wanting to be “who he was” but to surpass his past success.
“I want to be better than what I was. That might be a problem [laughs],” he told GQ back in February.
A release date for his upcoming album has yet to be released, but the R&B superstar said it will arrive by the end of the year.