Usher’s new album, Hard II Love, is now available for streaming on Tidal.
The singer went on Instagram last night (Sept. 12) and shared the news, offering that the album is available for streaming for, “you, my fans.”
It’s been four years since the singer’s last release and his eighth studio album has been long-awaited after the singer teased fans with songs like, “No Limit” and “Missin U.” On the mid-tempo jam, “Missin U,” Usher dips into trap&b with ease, singing, “I bend my knees at all the things that don’t exist yet/Like the breakfast on Sunday mornings after drunk sex/Or when you’re out with your girls and you send me a drunk text,” on the first verse.
The 15-track project features a couple of prominent Atlanta rappers, Young Thug on the aforementioned single, “No Limit” and Future on the song “Rivals.” The veteran singer also reconnects with Pharrell on “FWM.”
Additionally, the song “Champions” from the Hands of Stone soundtrack is featured on the album. The film, which was released on Aug. 26, stars Usher as Sugar Ray Leonard. In keeping busy this summer, Usher also showed up on De La Soul’s latest release, and the Anonymous Nobody on the socially-conscious “Greyhounds.”
Pre-order Hard II Love, which drops Sept. 16 here. Stream the album on Tidal below.