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Usher Premieres New Track 'She Came to Give It to You' Ft. Nicki Minaj

July 9, 2014, 2:45 am GMT

The latest offering from Usher's upcoming album features the singer and his collaborator performing over the beat produced by Pharrell Williams.



Usher's new song from his upcoming album is here. Titled "She Came to Give It to You", the track was premiered on Tuesday morning, July 8 on Chicago WGCI 107.5's "Morning Riot with Tony Sculfield".

The up-tempo and dancey R&B number features Usher showcasing his smooth vocals over the beat produced by Pharrell Williams. Nicki Minaj then steals the spotlight as she emerges mid-song to spit her verses.

"I ain't talkin' 'bout baseball but go get the glove/ Don't be like O.J. and forget your glove/ I'm tryna get faded go and get the drugs," she raps.

"She Came to Give It to You" is another offering from Usher's eighth studio album which is currently in the works. Scheduled to be released in September, the yet-to-be-titled record will also feature guest appearances from Chris Brown, Diplo and Skrillex.

"Good Kisser" has been released as the album's lead single. A few weeks ago, Usher followed it up with Juicy J-assisted "I Don't Mind".



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