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“I’m Cut From A Different Cloth”


Usher reveals why he believes doing a Verzuz battle will be a waste of time.

The singer was recently a guest on the ‘People Every Day’ podcast to talk about his Las Vegas residency. During the conversation, Usher was asked about his opinion on participating in a Verzuz event.

“I think if you ever came to my show, you would understand that I don’t even think a Verzuz could handle all of the songs that I have to be honest,” he says. “It’s like, I could do it by myself. But I don’t wanna do that. That’s not the purpose of Verzuz, me versus me.”

He continued, “But I think it’s great. It’s great to celebrate music. But the appreciation of it starts with understanding what it is and how long has it taken to do this legacy. And if you choose to compare it, what are you comparing to? Are you comparing it to itself?”

Timbaland and Swizz Beatz created the Verzuz series in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. The event features musicians going head to head in a 20-round match, playing their best musical hits. However, Usher feels as though there’s no competition for me him musically.

“I’m a different animal, man. I’m cut from a way different cloth, man,” he added. “And when you put those songs on, I’m telling you, I don’t think anybody in the world would want smoke with them songs.”





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