Usher's Announces Upcoming 'Flawed' Album

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The new music that R&B star Usher promised for 2016 will be featured on his upcoming album Flawed. Usher recently announced the album title during a session with Daniel Arsham.

The tweet below contains a video of Arsham and Usher who said that they are working on his forthcoming album Flawed. In December of 2015 Usher appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show and was questioned about the new music.

He hinted that new music was definitely coming in 2016 and now one month later fans finally have the name of the highly anticipated album.

"Between serving as a former mentor on The Voice, appearing on the Nina Simone tribute album (see: 'My Baby Just Cares For Me') and concentrating on his philanthropic efforts, the 37-year-old singer has been teasing his long-awaited eight studio effort," according to Billboard.

"His recent offerings include the Juicy J-assisted strip club ballad 'I Don't Mind' and the powerful number inspired by racial injustice called 'Chains' featuring Nas and Bibi Bourelly."

So far there hasn't been any information regarding a new single but with the announcement of the album titled, it's not too farfetched to think that an Usher single could be following sometime soon.