Picasso of Pop Usher Raymond has said his new album 'UR' "isn't scheduled anymore", mainly because he's still working on it.
Having a chat to Billboard, the 'Call Me A Mack' hitmaker explained:
"The album isn't scheduled anymore. I've basically taken it back. I'm taking my time with it."
For the avoidance of doubt can we just state in the strongest possible terms that it is definitely Usher who has taken his album back, and this is not an instance of the label telling him to make it better.
"At the end of the day," Raymo continues, "all of this is just about having fun. You get in the studio [and] go with how you feel."
Unfortunately — and just to reiterate, Usher decided himself to take his album back — Billboard don't ask him about the US chart placings for the album's first two singles 'Good Kisser' and 'She Cam To Give It To You', which were 65 and 89, respectively.
"It's not about a specific topic or specific period of my life," Usher continues. "I work on 40–50 songs in making an album. I haven’t finished the album enough to tell you what I'm talking about."
In true Beyoncé style, Usher will be touring his non-album in America throughout November and December.