We're not crying—you're crying!
Actually, Usher is crying. The 37-year-old R&B crooner and former The Voice coach, showcases his signature dance moves and showcases his sensitive side by shedding tears in a surprise new music video, "Crash," which he dropped Friday in a surprise move.
"Would you mind if I dropped the #CrashVideo?" he wrote on Twitter.
"Nice video Usher. We missed you!" said a YouTube viewer.
"Yeah mannnn. Usher's back!" another person said.
The song contains lyrics such as "Would you mind if I still loved you? / Would you mind if things don't last? / Would you mind if I hold onto / You so that I won't crash?" and "I'm not thinking 'bout nobody else but you / You're the only one who takes me there."
"Crash" marks Usher's first music video as a lead artist in several months, following the release of "Chains," which features Nas and addresses police brutality.
"Crash" was released as a single last week and also follows Usher's single "No Limit," which dropped a day earlier. Both tracks are featured on Usher's upcoming eighth studio album, Flawed, which is set for release this summer.