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Usher - 8701 - CD Review

Do u got it bad for Usher's new CD 8701?
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Usher - 8701 - CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Check out Usher's new CD 8701 with the hit track "U got it bad"

Usher

2001 (Arista)

Usher pours his heart and soul out on his latest CD, 8701. It's jam-packed with sensitive ballads, hip-shakin' tunes and lots of emotion. It's almost as if Usher is singing his heart out to you!

Usher does most of the song writing on the album with some help from Jermaine Dupri and Babyface. The most powerful track is U Got It Bad. It's no wonder it's already a huge hit. Other solid songs like U Remind Me, If I Want To and Can't Let U Go are sure to bump Usher into the big league. The infamous rapper, P. Diddy, joins Usher on a track too.

If you like a little passion in your music then you'll be groovin' non-stop to Usher's 8701. The only thing that would have made this CD better would be a couple more dance tracks - otherwise it's a great pick!

Check out Kidzworld's Ultimate Usher contest and enter for a chance to win 5 Usher CD's and a DVD!

Rating:4

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    Bro.!! Me nd my friends break down to 'Climax' Every second of the day.!! Best Song Eva...
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    OMG!!!! I absolutly LOVE LOVE LOVE Climax . Now I have to go listen to it! :love
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