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Transcript of Usher Raymond
Chattanooga, Tennesse in 1978 Usher started singing when he started watching Michael Jackson and James Brown His parents names were Jonetta Patton O'Neal
And Usher Raymond III His mother said eversince he was young, he had a passion for singing and dancing and he would sing at his baptist church He spent a couple months working with Sean Combs aka P. Diddy and had his first album released and had a song first released in movie Poetic Justice and it's name is "Call Me A Mack" Usher Raymond His first album named after him was not a big hit and not many people bought his CD. They thought Usher was going to be a faliure When Usher was about 13, LaFace Records took him in and he moved to Atlanta, but he couldn't sing as well because puberty was taking it's toll Some of Ushers best songs are, Yeah!, Confessions Part 1 and 2, DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love, OMG and U Got It Bad Some little known facts about Usher are..
He is co-owner of the NBA team, The Cleveland Cavaliers,
Has been singing since we was six years old,
And he voluntiers for the Boys and Girls Club Credits:
www.google.com He has two kids named Usher Terry Raymond V and Naviyd Ely Raymond The reason why I think Usher should have the title of Master Artist is because he does more than just sing he dances, acts, donates money to kids with low profit and volunteers at charities