Coldplay, Lorde, Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea top this year’s star-studded lineup.
The Pharrell Williams-produced track is the latest off Usher’s eighth studio album.
British duo puts their spin on R&B star’s latest track.
“Tomorrow…” writes the UK production duo.
Pharrell and Missy Elliott, Usher, and Lil Wayne also hit the stage.
Another track from his upcoming eighth studio album.
A plucky young reporter puts together the best bill for the money.
Plus, a slightly less sexy take on The Police’s “Every Breath You Take”.
R&B crooner sings the song live for the first time.
The first track from his upcoming eighth studio album.
See the 20-song setlist + watch video clips.
And you thought Rock’s No. 1 hits were bad.
Featuring mash-ups of Usher, Three 6 Mafia, RJD2, Tycho, and more.
Usher gives his best R. Kelly impersonation.
Jim James, Palma Violets, Kendrick Lamar, and Third Eye Blind
Usher & The Whigs bring the soul-rock.
The sequel to “Climax”.
The Black Keys, Kanye, Jay-Z, Mumford and Sons were the big winners.
Yeah it’s actually obviously really good.
Fact: We streamed a ton of tracks this year.
This is what happens when Green Day gets cut off for Usher.
Includes the new singLe, an Usher remix, and a collabo with Coldplay.
“Climax” just got a bump on the Sensual-ometer.
Plus, Lil Wayne, deadmau5, and Usher.
Featuring Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, André 3000, Drake, and more.
Can you really look for yourself by trying something completely different?
Welcome to Usher’s house o’love.
Featuring Best Coast, The Vaccines, Fiona Apple and more!
Spoiler: He plays bass!
New visuals for Looking 4 Myself.
The lead single from God Forgives, I Don’t.
Plus, Justin Timberlake, Julian Casablancas and Jon Hamm appear in the 100th Digital Short.
There’s also an edit to the title.
A preview of the scorching months ahead.
The next single from Looking For Myself.