It’s been 4 years since Usher was final featured on a dance report. After two chart-topping collaborations with David Guetta and Martin Garrix, additionally 4 years aside, he simply dropped a tune with South African DJ/producer Black Coffee, “LaLaLa.”
“LaLaLa” isn’t your typical home song, enjoying extra towards Black Coffee’s South African musical origins and combining with Usher’s R&B sensibilities. The consequence is a easy, sultry tune that’s much less for the nightclub and extra for the jazz club.
This isn’t the primary time the 2 have collaborated, both. They first teamed up on stage final 12 months at Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 live performance at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. They carried out particular mash-up of Black Coffee’s “We Dance Again” and Usher’s “Without You.”
“[Usher] is one of the coolest people that I have ever met, that’s where it starts for me. I love to work with cool people. I think I consciously choose to work with cool people,” Black Coffee mentioned.
“We got into the car and we went to Pretoria. I was playing in a club on a rooftop and people couldn’t believe he was there. That’s how cool he is and we have been in touch. We want to work on other [things] together. It wasn’t hard to create with him.”