Usher Raymond IV is an American R&B singer and actor. With the help of Sean Combs, Usher entered the R&B world and released at the age of 15 his first album. Usher received world fame after his album My Way in 1997 and especially after the album Confessions in 2004. Usher has had several supporting roles in films.
Usher was born in 1978 as the child of Usher Raymond III and Jonetta Patton. During his birth, his parents lived in Dallas but soon moved Usher, his brother James, and his mother to Chattanooga. There he was usually brought up by his mother. At twelve, the family moved to Atlanta.
Usher first came into contact with singing when he was allowed to sing in the church choir of his mother. After she ended up in Atlanta, Usher began participating in talent shows which he almost always won. In 1992, his talent was recognized by Bryant Reid, brother of LaFace Records‘ co-president Antonio Reid. Bryant arranged an audition for Usher. Usher signed to LaFace Records and was admitted on his first album. Before the time came, he released in 1993 (at age 15), his first single. That single, Call Me A Mack, is on the soundtrack of the film Poetic Justice.
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