Usher is getting ready to drop his new album “Hard II Love” in September.
This marks the first album from the R&B crooner since his 2012 chart topper Looking 4 Myself. The new album has seen a few name changes but it seems Usher has finally settle on naming it “Hard II Love” as confirmed on an iTunes pre-order.
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The the iTunes details we learned that Young Thug will be featured on the album on a single title “No Limit.” The 15-track project will also come with previously released singles “Missin U” and “Crash” as well as “Champions” from the motion picture Hands of Stone in theaters this weekend. Usher also stars in the film as legendary boxer Sugar Ray Leonard.
The album was previously titled UR and Flawed. During an interview with Ryan Seacrest back in June, Usher spoke about his inspiration behind the album.
“I find the inspiration every time I find a word: what is ‘flawed?'” he said. “It’s something that is not perfect. It’s a future relic of some sorts, to grow and blossom and gain texture. But it is those things, those tumultuous occurrences and things that happen in your life that define what it is, and in our country and us as people. All of these things are standards, and I became the inspiration. Now I cant tell you yet at the end what it’s gonna be, and but right now it’s Flawed.”