Usher Performs 'Crash' in Slow Motion on 'The Tonight Show'

Usher Performs 'Crash' in Slow Motion on 'The Tonight Show' [VIDEO]


Usher‘s comeback is in full swing. After releasing “No Limit,” the R&B singer performed another new track, “Crash” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

In his latest track, Usher is slowing it down. Rather than the Young Thug-featured trapsoul of “No Limit,” “Crash” takes on a midtempo R&B sound. Along with a performance of the song, Usher also showcased some of his signature dance moves — complete with a spin and a leap off of the stage). The video is also shown in slow-motion which matches the moody vibes.

“Would you mind if I still loved you? Would you mind if things don’t last? Would you mind if I hold onto You so that I won’t crash?” he sings as he’s backed by The Roots.

The performance was so moving, Fallon himself had to tweet about it. “The performance from @Usher tonight will change the game,” he tweeted ahead of the show’s broadcast.

The song will likely appear on Usher’s upcoming album, Flawed, alongside “No Limit.” It’s unclear when the album will drop. Usher wasn’t just on the show to perform. He’s also promoting his upcoming film, Hands of Stone, where he plays legendary boxer Sugar Ray Leonard.