Usher's new album may not be coming out this Fall. Following two singles, namely "Good Kisser" and "She Came To Give It To You," the Grammy winner says the album "isn't scheduled anymore."
Usher broke that news via Billboard Monday, claiming that he's taken the album back to take more time with it.
"At the end of the day, all of this is just about having fun. You get in the studio [and] go with how you feel. It's not about a specific topic or specific period of my life. I work on 40-50 songs in making an album," says Usher. "I haven’t finished the album enough to tell you what I'm talking about."
While Usher is opting to pull back on the album, which seemed to already have a roll out in place with performances at major events, like the BET Awards and The MTV Video Music Awards, he won't be pulling back on his tour. That will take place, with August Alsina, as scheduled (to launch in November).
In great news, Usher has teamed up with Chris Brown and confirms that they have a collaboration that will likely make "UR."
"There is another record that we worked on for the album. The relationship is great… we’ve been able to build," he told Billboard of Brown.
Usher's last album, "Looking 4 Myself," was released in 2012.