Within a 24-hour window, we've been blessed with a twofer from Usher: On Thursday afternoon, the singer teamed with Young Thug for the southern rap banger "No Limit," and early Friday morning he delivered the solo track "Crash," which is slathered in his angelic falsetto.
While "No Limit" is a party banger that pays homage to Master P, the feeling of "Crash" is pretty downcast. Usher's high-pitched croon is very prominent, as he asks bleak questions, like: "Would you mind if I still loved you?"
The flurry of new Usher tracks—two in counting now—marks a damn quick turn around, and his first releases since collaborating with Nas last year. The prolific singer, dancer and all-around likable guy is gearing up to release his eighth studio album, Flawed, and if both "No Limit" and "Crash" are any indication, we should be in for something great when it becomes available.