Usher "Crash"

Usher 'Crash'
Usher is on a bit of a hot streak right now. After dropping low-key masterpiece "No Limit" with Young Thug just yesterday (June 9), Raymond IV is now capping the work week with a tender, falsetto-song cut called "Crash."

Usher reveals himself to be in a vulnerable position on the tune, which bustles about with a gently thumped four-on-the-floor beat and distorted synth lines. He waxes on whether emotion is eternal or impermanent, but ultimately pledges that he doesn't want anybody "but you."

"Would you mind if I hold on to you so that I won't cry?" he whispers at one point.

You can snuggle up to Usher's silky and synthy love jam below.