Usher ft. Barack Obama - Hush

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Usher
Producer:
Vidal & Dre
Album:
New Look Foundation Promo Single

Earlier this week, Usher debuted a brand new song on iTunes.  Interestingly enough, however, the single wasn’t lifted off his current album, Here I StandHush, a recording that continues the singer’s national call-to-service for young people, stresses that people stop their complaining and start to take action.  Featuring the motivational words of Presidential hopeful Barack Obama, who asked Usher to serve as National Co-Chair for his voter registration campaign earlier this year, Hush’s proceeds will go directly toward the singer’s nonprofit organization, the New Look Foundation.  From lending services to those in need to donating time and money to the poverty-stricken, the work of this 5-time Grammy award winner truly speaks for itself.  Hush can be purchased here.

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