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Usher Plans Collaborations With Michael Buble and John Mayer

May 2, 2008 (4:07 am) GMT
Following the success of his first single "In The Club" which features collaboration with Young Jeezy, Usher plans for more collaborations on his next songs.

Although the due date for his new album " is coming close, Usher still plans to add some finishing touches on it. The R 'n' B singer told the press that he wants to do more collaboration on the songs from his upcoming album which is set for release on May 27.

Usher is eying and as his partners for two of his new songs "Forever Young" and "Something Special". On "Forever Young", he wants Michael to collaborate with him saying, "I would love to perform my track 'Forever Young' with Michael Buble. I actually wrote that song with the intention of him and me doing it together."

As for John, Usher wants the singer/guitarist to not only sing on "Something Special" but also plays the guitar part of the song. "I would like to do something with John Mayer on one of my songs 'Something Special' which is on my new album. I would love him to play the guitar and sing with me on that, " Usher said.

Previously, the "Yeah!" singer has released "In The Club" as the first single from his new album. The single which also features a duet with was a major hit by peaking at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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