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Yuna and Usher sing about sweet nothings in 'Crush'

This is her second single released within a week

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 26 Feb 2016

Video: Yuna Vevo

Hot on the heels of Yuna's first single Places To Go from her upcoming album is her hotly anticipated Usher collaboration, Crush. If you recall, music producer David Foster suggested that this song will "take her over to the top".

And by the sound of it, he could be right.

"I met up with [Usher] about a year ago and we did not talk about any collaborations," Yuna told Hitz FM last October. "When I was recording my new album, I had this one song and I had an idea... We sent it over to him and we didn't hear anything back for like two months... and then I got an e-mail from him and it was a recorded song of him on the song already, all mixed, all done."

The new single will be on Yuna's upcoming Chapters album, to be released on 20 May this year. Give Crush a listen above and you'll see that there's no reason not to order her album ASAP.

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