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Usher releases expanded version of "Coming Home" including new track with Jermaine Dupri

Usher has dropped a reissue of his ninth studio album "Coming Home," and it includes a new collaboration with Jermaine Dupri.

"Coming Home (Expanded Edition)" hit streaming platforms on Friday, exactly two weeks after the original version was released.

The expanded edition includes two new songs that didn't make the cut the first time around – "Believe" and "Naked."

"Believe" is produced by Dupri, who is responsible for having put together several of Usher's biggest-ever hits, including "U Make Me Wanna," "U Got It Bad," "Burn," and "My Boo" with Alicia Keys.

Usher and Dupri first previewed "Believe" in an Instagram Live video all the way back in 2019.

On Wednesday, Dupri took to X, the platform previously known as Twitter, to share a snippet of an Instagram post by The Shade Room about fans being disappointed that "Believe" wasn't featured on the original version of "Coming Home."

Alongside the snippet, Dupri, who also recently released a new song with Nelly and Ashanti, wrote that the track would be released on Friday, though he did not specify in what capacity.

"Yo!!! For everyone commenting on this post, for everyone that’s sent me a message about this song, I was just told it will be available on Friday," he wrote.

Fans are delighted that "Believe" has finally seen the light of day.

"JD & Usher back together again!" wrote one fan on X. Another wrote: "We won."


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