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The R'n'B superstar will be joined by August Alsina and DJ Cassidy on his 27-city tour which opens on November 1 and will run through December 14.
Usher busts out some dance moves at a club while Minaj raps her lines in front of monitors in the Philip Andelman-directed video that also features a cameo from Pharrell Williams.
Pharrell Williams, who produced the song, will make a cameo in the upcoming music video directed by Philip Andelman.
The R'n'B superstar also announces he'll embark on 'The UR Experience' tour later this year to support his new album scheduled to arrive this fall.
According to a now-deleted ad posted on Cheerios' YouTube channel, the singer and the 'spokesbee' for Honey Nut Cheerios dance to 'She Came to Give It to You' from the album 'UR'.
Breezy, who's gearing up to release his long-delayed album 'X' in September, also announces he'll embark on a tour with Trey Songz in fall.
The Canadian rapper is joined by Hill for 'Draft Day' and 'Doo Wop (That Thing)' while Usher, 50 Cent and G-Unit also make appearances at the annual music festival.
In addition to the main event at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, the fest will feature Music Festival Village with Neon Trees and Kacey Musgraves among its performers.
The 'She Came to Give It to You' singer joins Ariana Grande and 5 Seconds of Summer in the musical guest lineup.
The latest offering from Usher's upcoming album features the singer and his collaborator performing over the beat produced by Pharrell Williams.
The 'Voice' coach announces that the track, which will feature guest vocals from Minaj and production from Pharrell, will premiere on Thursday morning, July 8.
The collaboration is expected to be featured in Breezy's new album, 'X', which was delayed due to his recent incarceration.
Usher and Juicy J are expected to give the first live performance of their collaboration at the 2014 BET Awards on Sunday, June 29.
Pharrell, Drake, Weezy, and Usher join Jennifer Hudson and Trey Songz as musical guests for the Chris Rock-hosted event.
Joined by a bunch of backing dancers, the R'n'B star sings the provocative song in front of a bright neon light that's used in his recently-released music video.