While listening to Usher’s newest tracks at the station, I’ve noticed that he is sticking to what was an already successful theme – confessions. Usher comes back with another "tell all” album named after his scrutinized divorce with his ex wife and stylist Tamika Foster Raymond with Raymond V. Raymond. What starts off as a good spirited, "I'm just getting over her," type of sound quickly jumps into a party driven project. Usher displays some level of maturity in songs such as There Goes My Baby and Papers. Despite the fact that Usher used every in demand producer and songwriter that an R&B Artist can wish for, Usher does get a lot of props from not relying on auto-tune, something that has become popular in the hip-hop and R&B scene. This album is not one of the best R&B albums, but, it sure is something that R&B lovers can definitely vibe with.