As for a potential duel with Verzuz, Usher is putting an end to that speculation by claiming his career is too large to be reduced to just 20 tracks.
According to his recent interview on the “PEOPLE Every Day” podcast, the best Verzuz battle would be him facing off against himself onstage.
In a twist of irony, Usher has already done something similar with his 2010 album “Raymond v. Raymond”; but, he is now doubling down on his majesty by challenging any other musician to cover his greatest hits.
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From his last week’s interview, in which he claimed to be the king of R&B and refuted Diddy’s claims that the genre was dead, Usher clearly carried over his air of superiority.
In the meantime, anyone who thinks they can take on Usher will have to wait. Although Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, and Sony Music are suing Triller for their production of Verzuz, it seems that Diddy and Jermaine Dupri will still be facing off in the near future.
Maybe Usher and Chris Brown can finally settle their differences and determine who is the best R&B artist once and for all.