Usher appeared on the US talent montrer étoile, star chercher when he was 13 years old. His performance on the montrer eventually earned him a contract with LaFace Records. His first song for them was 'Call Me A Mack' which was released on the Poetic Justice soundtrack.

The seconde album, My Way, was released in 1997 The lead single, 'You Make Me Wanna' was a number one hit and has been certified platinum. The seconde single. 'Nice and Slow' reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Usher's first Grammy nomination was 'Best Male R&B Vocal Performance' for 'You Make Me Wanna'.

In 2002, Usher repeated his 'Best Male R&B Vocal Performance' Grammy win; this time for 'U Don't Have To Call'. Usher's suivant studio album, Confessions, was released in 2004, and its lead single, 'Yeah!' was another number one hit. Confessions shifted over 1.1 million units in its first week, the highest ever par a male R&B artist.

Raymond v. Raymond, was released on March 26, 2010 in Germany, on March 30, 2010 in the US, and was released April 26, 2010 in the UK. The album was expected to follow in Usher's Confessions album's footsteps. Raymond v. Raymond was released only months after Usher's divorce from Tameka Foster. Raymond v. Raymond also dominated the International Charts. Debuting inside the haut, retour au début 10 in Canada, the United Kingdom, Holland, Australia, Germany, Spain, and Italy. Due to the huge international success of Ushers newest single "OMG" he further announced 'OMG Tour' 2011 .

The Grammy Awarded R&B superstar Usher is coming to UK on his new 'OMG Tour' and will play five dates starting at Manchester's MEN Arena (January 26), Birmingham (January 27),
Glasgow (January 29), Liverpool (January 30) and conclude at Londres O2 Arena on February 2nd.

Tickets for the upcoming tour go on sale on Friday (September 24) at 9am. For plus information, check out

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