Usher has announced his plans for a one-off London concert in the UK in June.
The singer has announced that he will headline a show at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on June 11. The one-off concert will be in celebration of his new album ‘Looking 4 Myself’, which will be released the same day.
The ‘Scream’ singer has spoken about the new album, saying, "As a young artist, you live vicariously through others until you have your own experiences."
"Younger artists might have to go through just doing one thing, like how Picasso had his blue period. But as you grow older, you become able to articulate yourself better and know what works for you."
"So this album is not a monochromatic thing - certain songs were specifically intended to get certain things out, different tones and emotions. And as an artist, that brought out the best in me."
Usher has worked with a range of producers and other artists to help him create his seventh album, with help from Swedish House Mafia, Diplo, Max martin, Will.i.am and Empire of the Sun on the record.
Tickets for the concert go on sale June 1 at 9am.
Below: Usher plays Liverpool's Echo Arena