'We ain't good good, but we still good': Usher weaves a tapestry of love and breakup in new single with 21 Savage

    Usher’s new single “Good Good” features 21 Savage and Summer Walker, painting a poignant picture of a amicable breakup and offering perspectives from both ex-lovers.

    Usher (Source: Billboard)

    Usher (Source: Billboard)

    Usher collaborates with 21 Savage and Summer Walker to create a lyrical narrative of a friendly separation in his latest track, "Good Good".

    The Poetic Preamble

    A Playground of Perspectives

    Rapper 21 Savage adds a layer of warmth to the third verse, with silken rhymes reaffirming his continued support for his ex “If you wanna open up a new salon, I still help pay for the wigs (Straight up) / And I help with the lease / You know I ain’t never been cheap (21).”

    Usher's "Good Good" isn't random in its collaboration; it's a harmonious blend of past partnerships. The R&B icon previously worked with Walker on “Come Thru,” which was a tribute to his vintage 1997 hit “You Make Me Wanna.” 21 Savage, a proven sympathizer and performer of R&B classics, delighted the fans by joining Usher on stage for "My Boo" during his My Way Las Vegas residency back in April.

    Ahead of the Album Launch

    Usher's next gig is on Sept. 24, marking the launch of his grand European residency at La Seine Musicale in Boulogne Billancourt, France. After the European tour ends on Oct. 5, the king of R&B will return for his My Way: The Las Vegas Residency at Dolby Live at Park MGM, running from Oct. 11 through Oct. 28.

    The R&B maestro's melodic gem "Good Good", featuring 21 Savage and Summer Walker, is currently open for streaming.

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