The follow-up CD to 'Raymond vs. Raymond', which is led by Diplo-produced single 'Climax', is going to be released on June 12.
Usher's next studio installment has got an official title and release date. The follow-up to his 2010's "Raymond vs. Raymond" is called "Looking for Myself" and is scheduled to come out in the United States on June 12.
The R&B crooner is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches. To complete the CD, he's working with a team of top-notch producers including Salaam Remi, Diplo, Rico Love, Jim Jonsin and Max Martin.
Coming from production hands of Diplo, its lead single "Climax" has been embraced by music fans since earlier this year. A music video for the song has also come out, featuring him contemplating the idea of killing his love rival to win back his girlfriend.
In an interview recently, Usher revealed his desire to duet with Adele. "I think the world deserves an Usher and Adele record. That's what I think. That would be the other UK connection that I think everybody would be really fond of and enjoy," he gushed.
While the Adele duet hasn't come to fruition, Usher has snagged U.K. act Labrinth for a collaboration. "We actually haven't finished this one but I'm working with Labrinth and that is my big surprise for London," the Grammy winner spilled.