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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.
The coach of 'The Voice' says that his collaboration with Breezy is set to be included in his new LP that's scheduled to be released later this year.
The Chris Sims-directed clip shows the singer going shirtless and getting flirty with some scantily-clad ladies.
A Chris Sims-directed music video for the track is going to be released on Monday, just a day after the song officially arrived.
The new teaser features the R'n'B singer performing the song while showing off some dance moves with his backing dancers.
Usher takes the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Awards to dance to the brand-new track to be included in MJ's upcoming album 'XSCAPE'.
In the 40-second preview, the singer is seen dancing to the snippet of the new song in what looks like a warehouse.
The No Doubt singer has confirmed that she will replace Christina Aguilera as a coach in the fall, but the 'Ain't No Other Man' singer will return for season 8.
Skateboard P, who last week brought out Gwen Stefani, Busta Rhymes, Nelly and Snoop Dogg among others during his set, is also joined by Pusha T and T.I. for the second weekend of the fest.
T.J. Wilkins, Bria Kelly and Josh Kaufman advance to the Live Rounds following their impressive performances in the latest episode.
Usher saves the final steal for a strong performer, which is powerhouse singer Cierra Mickens from Team Shakira.
Madilyn Paige and Tanner James have a sweet and romantic duet of 'Everything Has Changed' in the third part of the Battle Rounds.
A man named Jeffrey Simon Hubbard, who was involved in a jet ski accident which caused the death of Usher's stepson, is ordered to stay four years behind bars.