The video for Usher's #1 most added at urban radio single "Lemme See" featuring Rick Ross has premiered worldwide across VEVO, the world's leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform.
Directed by Philip Andelman, the video for "Lemme See" featuring Rick Ross was shot in Usher's hometown of Atlanta.
"Lemme See" featuring Rick Ross is the most recently released single from Usher's album Looking 4 Myself in stores this week which has received many "album of the year" raves.
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Time Magazine states Looking 4 Myself is "the seventh album by the reigning emperor of R&B is lighter than air and sexy as hell." NPR places Looking 4 Myself in their top albums of the year list and describes Usher "leaping over boundaries, Marvel hero style…(the album is) solidly soulful, dramatic in all the right places, heartfelt, deeply danceable, sexy… As a powerful force in the pop mainstream…Usher …wields the kind of influence that helps define what relevance looks like."
Usher worked with a host of top-notch collaborators including Salaam Remi, Diplo, Rico Love, Jim Jonsin, and Max Martin, among others on Looking 4 Myself.
In addition to "Lemme See" featuring Rick Ross, the album's lead single "Climax" was released in February and is Usher's 12th No.1 single, extending Usher's lead for the most No. 1s on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs during the Nielsen Music era (since December 1992) according to Billboard.
His single for "Scream" is Number one most added at Rhythm and Top 40 Radio it first week out and Top 10 at iTunes, Looking 4 Myself comes on the heels of Usher's two multiplatinum chart-topping collaborations "Without You" by David Guetta which held the #1 spot on the Pop charts and "Promise" with Romeo Santos which held the #1 spot on the Latin charts.
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