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Usher - My Way (1997)

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1 	You Make Me Wanna... 	3:39
2 	Just Like Me (Featuring – Lil' Kim)	3:27
3 	Nice & Slow (Backing Vocals – Jagged Edge)	3:47
4 	Slow Jam  (Featuring – Monica, Backing Vocals – Babyface) 	4:43
5 	My Way 	3:34
6 	Come Back (Backing Vocals – Manuel Seal, Trey Lorenz Featuring – Jermaine Dupri) 	3:47
7 	I Will	3:54
8 	Bedtime  (Backing Vocals – Shanice, Babyface) 	4:45
9 	One Day You'll Be Mine (Backing Vocals – Manuel Seal, Trey Lorenz, Trina Broussard) 	3:24
10 	You Make Me Wanna..(Extended Version) 	5:20

Babyface - Bass, Drum Programming, Keyboard Programming, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals (Background) 
Trina Broussard - Vocals (Background) 
Jermaine Dupri - Composer, Executive Producer, Mixing, 
Nathan East - Bass 
Jagged Edge - Vocals (Background)
Lil' Kim - Vocals 
Trey Lorenz - Vocals (Background)
Monica - Vocals (Background)
Greg Phillinganes - Piano 
Manuel Seal, Jr. - Producer, Vocals (Background)
Shanice - Vocals (Background)
Usher - Primary Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background) 

 

Usher proved that he had a strong, soulful voice with his self-titled debut, but he fulfilled his potential on his second record, My Way. What makes Usher distinctive from his urban loverman peers is the fact that he doesn't oversing; he simply delivers his songs soulfully. Unfortunately, he falls prey to uneven material, just like any of his peers, but there are more strong songs on My Way than many contemporary R&B albums from the late '80s. Both Jermaine Dupri and Babyface contribute seamless productions and fine songs; respectively, "You Make Me Wanna..." and "Bedtime" are their best ballad contributions. Even if the ballads are usually seductive and romantic, cuts like the funky "Just Like Me," which features a cameo from Lil' Kim, might make you wish Usher didn't play it cool all of the time. And while it's refreshing to hear a hip-hop/urban R&B album clock in at a reasonable running time, it would have been nice if the tenth track was something other than a remix of "You Make Me Wanna..." Nevertheless, it's a strong second effort that showcases Usher at his best. ---Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AllMusic Review

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