Usher’s Las Vegas residency may be winding down, but he’s not done with the spotlight just yet. The singer is set to headline the Super Bowl LVIII Halftime show in February 2024. While fans are eagerly anticipating his performance of his greatest hits, Usher is keen on introducing some fresh material.

In line with the announcement of his upcoming Super Bowl performance, Usher’s official Apple Music page disclosed details about his forthcoming album, titled ‘Coming Home’. The page provides information about the album cover, its expected release date, and the number of tracks it will contain. As of now, the only track that has been named is his single ‘Good Good’, a collaboration with Summer Walker and 21 Savage.

In a conversation with Zane Lowe from Apple Music, Usher delved into the significance behind the album’s title and discussed its creative direction. He described the album as a “love letter to the legacy of my career”, explaining that he’s been “coming home in a lot of different ways”. He further elaborated that this includes his choice of music, reconnecting with past collaborators, and finally getting to work with artists he’s always wanted to collaborate with. He concluded by saying that in a way, he’s “coming home” because he’s now in a comfortable space.

‘Coming Home’ is set to be released on February 11, 2024, under Mega/Gamma. More details about the album can be found [here](