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Thread started 10/25/11 7:07pm

Cinnamon234

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Usher has created a new genre for his new album: "Revolutionary Pop"

He's creating a new genre? Well he needs to get in line behind Beyonce first. Before "4" came out, it was reported that she was working on creating a new genre as well. Both of them need to have a seat if you ask me.

Usher is talented but the most iconic guy in the music industry today? What are these magazine editors smoking? I will say that I loved "8701" and liked "Confessions", but his last album was shit. He was trying too hard to latch onto that pop/electro trend. Yeah so much for creating a new genre, but we'll see what happens with the new album.

From a diamond certificate album to a new music genre: the story of the artist that for us is the most iconic guy in the music industry


If to the words dancer, singer, talent scout and producer you add the trademark “iconic”, you’ll find him: Usher. The big name of American R&B, whose talent has been certified diamond in 2004 with the album Confessions (20 million copies sold), he is and has always been, in fact, the “good boy” of charts besides also being an undisputed style icon.

And while today there are still those that are waiting for Mr. Entertainer (a nickname that somehow recalls eau de Cologne and Sinatra) to drop his mask, he has shown himself, day after day, for what he truly is: a gentleman 2.0. Usher's creativity and art can be strongly seen and heard in the creation of Raimond v Raimond – released in 2010 – that, exploiting the lessons learnt from Woodsworth on the recollection of feelings in tranquility, got everyone’s consent.



Sure, Usher is not only an elegant and slightly rebel good guy, as seen in the photo shoots for L'Uomo Vogue in January 2011 and March 2005, shot by Stephen Klein (as you can see in the gallery): his universe is also made of great entrepreneurial successes. And it’s not like his good guy side can’t get along with his role as a mentor, on the contrary. And as a demonstration of it there will be the Christmas song, which will be aired as a preview on October 24th, that sees the (spiritual) father Usher and the son (in label) Bieber together in a collaboration quite full of “aww”s.



And for the immediate future? Voices say that something more than a "new album" is in the works: Mr. Entertainer has been developing new songs that will create a new music genre, one he has coined as "revolutionary pop". That should teach something to people that are still holding thier breath, waiting for him to make a faux pas. Take some advice, catch your breath and get comfortable because it seems you will have to wait a very long time.

http://www.vogue.it/en/people-are-talking-about/obsession-of-the-day/2011/10/usher


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Reply #1 posted 10/25/11 7:09pm

babybugz

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Usher going through a midlife crisis neutral

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Reply #2 posted 10/25/11 7:09pm

Timmy84

Usher shut up.

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Reply #3 posted 10/25/11 7:11pm

musicjunky318

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Confessions - Details about what led to the break-up with Chilli.

Here I Stand - I'm a grown man now. I'm married with children. No time for the bull.

Raymond vs Raymond - Oh snap. I'm divorced. I should have listened to my fam all along.

What's his plan for the new era? There's usually a plan.

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Reply #4 posted 10/25/11 7:13pm

babybugz

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musicjunky318 said:

Confessions - Details about what led to the break-up with Chilli.

Here I Stand - I'm a grown man now. I'm married with children. No time for the bull.

Raymond vs Raymond - Oh snap. I'm divorced. I should have listened to my fam all along.

What's his plan for the new era? There's usually a plan.

His underage relationship with justin bieber.

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Reply #5 posted 10/25/11 7:13pm

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babybugz said:

musicjunky318 said:

Confessions - Details about what led to the break-up with Chilli.

Here I Stand - I'm a grown man now. I'm married with children. No time for the bull.

Raymond vs Raymond - Oh snap. I'm divorced. I should have listened to my fam all along.

What's his plan for the new era? There's usually a plan.

His underage relationship with justin bieber.

Oh god. LOL

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Reply #6 posted 10/25/11 7:15pm

babybugz

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I need usher to get off this techno shit for a minute. neutral ..lmao

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Reply #7 posted 10/25/11 7:18pm

Timmy84

babybugz said:

musicjunky318 said:

Confessions - Details about what led to the break-up with Chilli.

Here I Stand - I'm a grown man now. I'm married with children. No time for the bull.

Raymond vs Raymond - Oh snap. I'm divorced. I should have listened to my fam all along.

What's his plan for the new era? There's usually a plan.

His underage relationship with justin bieber.

lol

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Reply #8 posted 10/25/11 7:23pm

dm3857

MOST ICONIC PERSON IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY!?

youve got to be kidding me, what makes him an icon, he has not done ONE THING to change music, in any way shape or form...

Come on people! disbelief

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Reply #9 posted 10/25/11 7:23pm

Timmy84

This came from Vogue Italy lol

NUFF SAID. lol

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Reply #10 posted 10/25/11 8:24pm

Identity

Beyonce, too, made promises in the press to invent a new genre of music on her then-unreleased project 4. It sounded like the same old, same old to my ears.

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Reply #11 posted 10/25/11 8:37pm

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Space for sale...
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Reply #12 posted 10/25/11 8:50pm

RKJCNE

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Identity said:

Beyonce, too, made promises in the press to invent a new genre of music on her then-unreleased project 4. It sounded like the same old, same old to my ears.

I know right, homegirl says she invented a new type of music than comes out with an album straight out of the 90s. falloff

Usher seriously needs to STFU and release that sex tape.

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Reply #13 posted 10/25/11 8:52pm

Timmy84

RKJCNE said:

Identity said:

Beyonce, too, made promises in the press to invent a new genre of music on her then-unreleased project 4. It sounded like the same old, same old to my ears.

I know right, homegirl says she invented a new type of music than comes out with an album straight out of the 90s. falloff

Usher seriously needs to STFU and release that sex tape.

With who? lol

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Reply #14 posted 10/25/11 8:53pm

thesexofit

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As said before me, this sorta hyping is not new. Some artists do this, some music producers have done this too. I remember Rodney Jerkins saying some bullshit about "changing the world of music as we know it" before Michael Jacksons "Invincible" dropped LOL.

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Reply #15 posted 10/25/11 8:54pm

Timmy84

thesexofit said:

As said before me, this sorta hyping is not new. Some artists do this, some music producers have done this too. I remember Rodney Jerkins saying some bullshit about "changing the world of music as we know it" before Michael Jacksons "Invincible" dropped LOL.

Even when Rodney was saying that about Michael I was like "yeah right". lol

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Reply #16 posted 10/25/11 8:56pm

RKJCNE

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Timmy84 said:

RKJCNE said:

I know right, homegirl says she invented a new type of music than comes out with an album straight out of the 90s. falloff

Usher seriously needs to STFU and release that sex tape.

With who? lol

There was a rumor about one with his ex-wife, I would hope for a man on man one but it would most likely be with the Biebs so... I'm not gonna hold my breath for that.

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Reply #17 posted 10/25/11 8:57pm

Timmy84

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Timmy84 said:

With who? lol

There was a rumor about one with his ex-wife, I would hope for a man on man one but it would most likely be with the Biebs so... I'm not gonna hold my breath for that.

I about said "you gotta wait until Juju reaches 18" lol

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Reply #18 posted 10/25/11 8:58pm

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Timmy84 said:

RKJCNE said:

There was a rumor about one with his ex-wife, I would hope for a man on man one but it would most likely be with the Biebs so... I'm not gonna hold my breath for that.

I about said "you gotta wait until Juju reaches 18" lol

Even then I'd be creeped out, I think I become automatically unattracted to any white guy who says "Shawty"

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Reply #19 posted 10/25/11 9:02pm

Timmy84

RKJCNE said:

Timmy84 said:

I about said "you gotta wait until Juju reaches 18" lol

Even then I'd be creeped out, I think I become automatically unattracted to any white guy who says "Shawty"

If he was annoying as a little brat, think about him when he reaches 21. *shudders* I still call it on his best days being numbered as far as his career goes...just like most child stars. neutral

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Reply #20 posted 10/25/11 9:02pm

MadamGoodnight

rolleyes rolleyes rolleyes

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Reply #21 posted 10/25/11 9:08pm

Gunsnhalen

WTF is it with R&B & Hip Hop artists talking shit all the time, seriously. They gotta be the best, create new genres, new looks, new fashions. They kill me

Pistols sounded like "Fuck off," wheras The Clash sounded like "Fuck Off, but here's why.."- Thedigitialgardener

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Reply #22 posted 10/25/11 9:09pm

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Timmy84 said:

RKJCNE said:

Even then I'd be creeped out, I think I become automatically unattracted to any white guy who says "Shawty"

If he was annoying as a little brat, think about him when he reaches 21. *shudders* I still call it on his best days being numbered as far as his career goes...just like most child stars. neutral

This was the exact moment I knew I would never. ever. like him.

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Reply #23 posted 10/25/11 9:11pm

Timmy84

RKJCNE said:

Timmy84 said:

If he was annoying as a little brat, think about him when he reaches 21. *shudders* I still call it on his best days being numbered as far as his career goes...just like most child stars. neutral

This was the exact moment I knew I would never. ever. like him.

He look like Janet Reno. neutral

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Reply #24 posted 10/25/11 10:34pm

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Timmy84 said:

RKJCNE said:

This was the exact moment I knew I would never. ever. like him.

He look like Janet Reno. neutral

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Reply #25 posted 10/25/11 11:02pm

mjscarousal

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WTF is it with R&B & Hip Hop artists talking shit all the time, seriously. They gotta be the best, create new genres, new looks, new fashions. They kill me

I dont understand it either...

I dont see why cant they just put out GOOD music why do they have to attach an unrealistic gimmick. Just put your shit out.. They must be on pcp if they really think Usher is innovative...eek

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Reply #26 posted 10/26/11 3:19am

Gunsnhalen

mjscarousal said:

Gunsnhalen said:

WTF is it with R&B & Hip Hop artists talking shit all the time, seriously. They gotta be the best, create new genres, new looks, new fashions. They kill me

I dont understand it either...

I dont see why cant they just put out GOOD music why do they have to attach an unrealistic gimmick. Just put your shit out.. They must be on pcp if they really think Usher is innovative...eek

Usher.. as much as i love 8701. All his song ideas many aren't his lol

He's another beat jacker, jacking beats from euro dance songs, 8701 had Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Jermaine Dupri, The Neptunes, Babyface. And a crap load of other producers lol

I remember people thinking confessions the song was written about something Usher did, it was about stuff Dupri's life lol

He is just a damn tool.

Pistols sounded like "Fuck off," wheras The Clash sounded like "Fuck Off, but here's why.."- Thedigitialgardener

All music is shit music and no music is real- gunsnhalen

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Gary Hunts Album Isn't That Good- Soulalive
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Reply #27 posted 10/26/11 4:11am

alphastreet

I predict it will be a revolutionary flop

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Reply #28 posted 10/26/11 5:23am

SoulAlive

it's nice to see that he and Beyonce are creating bold,revolutionary music that doesn't sound like anything we have ever heard before falloff evillol

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Reply #29 posted 10/26/11 5:54am

Graycap23

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I predict it will be a revolutionary flop

New genre: Revolutionary Flop.

I likes................

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