With his new album, Raymond vs. Raymond hitting the shelves today and a new single hitting airwaves, Usher is trying to recapture the magic he lost with his last cd Here I Stand.
Personally I think they've made some bad choices with this current album. From not jumping on the buzz garnered by the teaser single "Papers", to picking a questionable official single in "Hey Daddy" when there are at least three easily better songs on the cd he could've chosen from. With old school fans becoming increasingly impatient with his current music and younger fans becoming less familiar with his reign as the R&B king, Usher is having an identity crisis with his sound.
Do you think Usher can still dominate R&B like he once did?