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CynicKill

Should We All Sign Up For Usher's Master Class?

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Reply #1 posted 01/05/17 12:56pm

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Reply #2 posted 01/05/17 1:28pm

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Reply #3 posted 01/05/17 2:55pm

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Usher is very very very underrated. Its sad that he is reduced to a B list star now. He was the biggest Black current pop star last decade.

Stand, you`ve been sitting much too long, there`s a permanent crease in your right or wrong.~Sly Stone
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Reply #4 posted 01/08/17 11:30pm

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Usher is a good vocalist, dancer and his first four albums were very great urban R&B/soul albums, but I haven't really dug more than a few of his songs in 13 years, and my favorite song by him since then has t even been released commercially (Be). Bit to ea h their own, he is talented and has proved it, just wish he'd get off the club music stuff.
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Reply #5 posted 01/09/17 12:09pm

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Usher is a good vocalist, dancer and his first four albums were very great urban R&B/soul albums, but I haven't really dug more than a few of his songs in 13 years, and my favorite song by him since then has t even been released commercially (Be). Bit to ea h their own, he is talented and has proved it.


Agreed. Not a huge fan, but he is a pro.

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Reply #6 posted 01/09/17 12:54pm

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mjscarousal said:

Usher is very very very underrated. Its sad that he is reduced to a B list star now. He was the biggest Black current pop star last decade.


R. Kelly
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Reply #7 posted 01/10/17 10:01pm

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

mjscarousal said:

Usher is very very very underrated. Its sad that he is reduced to a B list star now. He was the biggest Black current pop star last decade.

R. Kelly

lol

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Reply #8 posted 01/11/17 7:00am

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mjscarousal said:



LittleBLUECorvette said:


mjscarousal said:

Usher is very very very underrated. Its sad that he is reduced to a B list star now. He was the biggest Black current pop star last decade.



R. Kelly

lol


I'd take Kells over Errsha any day.
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Reply #9 posted 01/11/17 7:15am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

mjscarousal said:

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I'd take Kells over Errsha any day.

I will give props to Kels razz R. Kelly has a stronger disography than Usher and has more classics but Usher had a pretty good run too. His debut up until Confessions was solid IMO. He made really good pop R&B albums. Usher is very underrated. His disography is stronger than most of his peers and definitly in the POP/R&B category.

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Reply #10 posted 01/11/17 8:14am

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his last album was good even though it followed trendy sounds

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Reply #11 posted 01/11/17 8:20am

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mjscarousal said:



LittleBLUECorvette said:


mjscarousal said:


lol



I'd take Kells over Errsha any day.

I will give props to Kels razz R. Kelly has a stronger disography than Usher and has more classics but Usher had a pretty good run too. His debut up until Confessions was solid IMO. He made really good pop R&B albums. Usher is very underrated. His disography is stronger than most of his peers and definitly in the POP/R&B category.

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I haven't like an Usher album since Confessions. He might have 2 songs per album since Confessions that are worth a second listen.

His peers are people like Joe and Ginuwine. I'd listen to their current stuff before Errsha anyday.
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Reply #12 posted 01/11/17 8:28am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

mjscarousal said:

I will give props to Kels razz R. Kelly has a stronger disography than Usher and has more classics but Usher had a pretty good run too. His debut up until Confessions was solid IMO. He made really good pop R&B albums. Usher is very underrated. His disography is stronger than most of his peers and definitly in the POP/R&B category.

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I haven't like an Usher album since Confessions. He might have 2 songs per album since Confessions that are worth a second listen. His peers are people like Joe and Ginuwine. I'd listen to their current stuff before Errsha anyday.

I agree Usher's music has REALLY fell off since Confessions which is a ashame because he use to be a really good R&B artist. I would say in the 90s up until 2004, Usher was the strongest out of them. Musically, Joe and Ginuwine currently has more quality output.

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Reply #13 posted 01/11/17 9:43am

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mjscarousal said:



LittleBLUECorvette said:


mjscarousal said:


I will give props to Kels razz R. Kelly has a stronger disography than Usher and has more classics but Usher had a pretty good run too. His debut up until Confessions was solid IMO. He made really good pop R&B albums. Usher is very underrated. His disography is stronger than most of his peers and definitly in the POP/R&B category.


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I haven't like an Usher album since Confessions. He might have 2 songs per album since Confessions that are worth a second listen. His peers are people like Joe and Ginuwine. I'd listen to their current stuff before Errsha anyday.


I agree Usher's music has REALLY fell off since Confessions which is a ashame because he use to be a really good R&B artist. I would say in the 90s up until 2004, Usher was the strongest out of them. Musically, Joe and Ginuwine currently has more quality output.


Errsha ain't fell off, he's just trying to stay current. So he's trying to keep up with Trey Songz and Chris Browns of the world.
He's doing a song called No Limit, I got that Master P. Really dude you're about to be 40.
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Reply #14 posted 01/11/17 10:03am

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[Edited 1/11/17 12:16pm]

"holding grudges and anger is a waste of energy, We are all going to die. We are all evolving, trying to become better people, so let it go.”
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Reply #15 posted 01/11/17 11:21am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

mjscarousal said:

I agree Usher's music has REALLY fell off since Confessions which is a ashame because he use to be a really good R&B artist. I would say in the 90s up until 2004, Usher was the strongest out of them. Musically, Joe and Ginuwine currently has more quality output.

Errsha ain't fell off, he's just trying to stay current. So he's trying to keep up with Trey Songz and Chris Browns of the world. He's doing a song called No Limit, I got that Master P. Really dude you're about to be 40. [Edited 1/11/17 10:33am]

Maybe I could have used a different choice of words but that is what I meant. He has it in him to do better but he is following trends. I really wish he would stop chasing radio hits and really make a good R&B album.

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Reply #16 posted 01/11/17 12:18pm

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modern R&B and all the so called 'artists'

doing it are uban garbage for people that dont know any better!

"holding grudges and anger is a waste of energy, We are all going to die. We are all evolving, trying to become better people, so let it go.”
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Reply #17 posted 01/11/17 8:19pm

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mjscarousal said:

LittleBLUECorvette said:

mjscarousal said: I'd take Kells over Errsha any day.

I will give props to Kels razz R. Kelly has a stronger disography than Usher and has more classics but Usher had a pretty good run too. His debut up until Confessions was solid IMO. He made really good pop R&B albums. Usher is very underrated. His disography is stronger than most of his peers and definitly in the POP/R&B category.

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R. Kelly's Christmas album was better than Ursh's last 3 albums. Take away the "Christmas" theme, and it's basically "Write Me Back Part II". Sheeitt, Kells probably has an entire Usher album in his vault from like 2005 lol.

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Reply #18 posted 01/13/17 1:20am

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scorp84 said:

mjscarousal said:

I will give props to Kels razz R. Kelly has a stronger disography than Usher and has more classics but Usher had a pretty good run too. His debut up until Confessions was solid IMO. He made really good pop R&B albums. Usher is very underrated. His disography is stronger than most of his peers and definitly in the POP/R&B category.

[Edited 1/11/17 7:17am]

R. Kelly's Christmas album was better than Ursh's last 3 albums. Take away the "Christmas" theme, and it's basically "Write Me Back Part II". Sheeitt, Kells probably has an entire Usher album in his vault from like 2005 lol.

I believe it! People can say what they want about R. Kelly but he can write a great R&B album when he puts his mind too it.

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Reply #19 posted 01/17/17 4:11pm

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mjscarousal said:

scorp84 said:

R. Kelly's Christmas album was better than Ursh's last 3 albums. Take away the "Christmas" theme, and it's basically "Write Me Back Part II". Sheeitt, Kells probably has an entire Usher album in his vault from like 2005 lol.

I believe it! People can say what they want about R. Kelly but he can write a great R&B album when he puts his mind too it.

Thue that true that

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