Usher thrilled fans with hisat the 2024 Sunday night in Las Vegas. He was joined by , including Alicia Keys, and the setlist included some of his greatest hits and favorite songs from his 30-year career.
The superstar singer began with his 2004 hit “Caught Up,” then played “U Don’t Have To Call,” “Lovers And Friends” and ” Love In This Club.”
At that point Usher’s first featured guest of the night graced the stage, sitting at a bright red piano. R&B singer Alicia Keys played her solo song “If I Ain’t Got You,” before Usher held her close for their duet “My Boo.”
Atlanta super-producer Jermaine Dupri had his say next, as Usher transitioned on the dot to “Nice & Slow” before his breakup ballad “Let it Burn.”
H.E.R., who was nominated for a Best New Artist Grammy in 2019, appeared behind Usher with an electric guitar and struck the opening chords of “Bad Girl” before Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am joined in for their 2010 dance hit “OMG,” as Usher rolled and bounced across the stage in roller skates.
The show ended with a celebration of Usher’s hometown of Atlanta, as Lil Jon crowd surfed in to “Turn Down For What,” and Ludacris joined them on stage for the grand finale — the most played song of 2004, “Yeah!”
Usher ended the show with the iconic “Peace Up, A-Town Down” sign before the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.
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