On Sunday, September 24, Usher confirmed that his upcoming album will be titled “Coming Home” and also revealed that he will be performing at the Super Bowl LVIII Apple Music Halftime Show. The cover art for the album depicts Usher holding a Georgia peach over the back of his neck.

In an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Usher explained the significance of the album title, saying, “I’ve been coming home in a lot of different ways — the choice of music and reconnection to some of the people that I’ve worked with from my past and always wanted to work with. In a sense, I’m coming home because I’m in that comfortable space. When you’re at home, you’re comfortable.”

Usher has been enjoying his time in Las Vegas during his “Usher: My Way The Vegas Residency,” and it’s fitting that he will be performing at the Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on February 11, 2024.

Usher expressed his excitement about the upcoming performance, stating, “It’s happening. It has happened, ladies and gentlemen! Yes! We made it. […] It’s been a lot to keep secrets from my own kids at home. A very, very close-knit group of people knew, and we’re really excited about the entire thing. Obviously, a legacy, but more than anything, the fact that this is the most grand stage to ever play on.”

Fans who can’t wait until February to see Usher perform can still catch him at his Vegas Residency before it ends on December 2.

“Coming Home” will be Usher’s ninth studio album and his first original album release since “Hard II Love” in 2016. The only track from the album released so far is “Good Good,” featuring 21 Savage and Summer Walker, which was released in August.

“Coming Home” is set to be released on February 11, 2024, via Mega/Gamma. More information about the album can be found [here](https://music.apple.com/us/album/coming-home/1708795597).

Source: uproxx.com