Last week, Usher premiered the full-length visual for “Good Kisser,” the first single from his upcoming album. Now, the crooner is allowing fans to go behind the scenes.
In a nearly four-minute clip, Usher gives an extended look into his choreography.
“Dance, you know, makes you feel something, and it also feels rooted, just feels like it comes out of a groove. When you see dancers moving the way that they do, that ain’t really dance to me, that’s art in motion,” he says. “This was kind of my way of nodding my head or at least acknowledging great movement out there.”
He also explains why he choose the club anthem as his new album’s lead offering. “This is my eighth studio album. It’s a really important one to me. So, I really wanted to kick off with something that was modern, in some ways, but then also classic in another,” he says. “The album is kind of that eclectic experience, the old versus the new coming together.”
The upbeat record was co-written by Usher with Andrew “Pop” Wansel, Ronald “Flip” Colson, Jameel Roberts, Terry “Tru” Sneed and Warren “Oak” Felder.
“Good Kisser” is available for purchase now, while the singer’s eighth studio album is due this September.
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