It’s been 15 years since American RnB singer Usher Raymond released his album ‘Confessions’, but a sequel may be in the works.
Taking to Instagram recently, the superstar shared a photo of himself in the studio sitting next to a whiteboard that reads ‘Confessions 2’ and a tracklisting. There appear to be song titles, but they are blurred out.
According to Rap-Up, the ‘Lemme See’ hitmaker may be answering fans’ prayers for the second installment of ‘Confessions’. He previously shared a photo of himself in the studio with longtime collaborator Jermaine Dupri, who produced the original ‘Confessions’.
Earlier this week, the Atlanta producer and Usher went on Instagram Live to preview a brand new song called “Believe” that may appear on the project. “I wanted to believe / I wanted us to make it, baby,” Usher sings in the clip.
Released in March 2004, ‘Confessions’ sold 1.1 million copies in its first week and won a Grammy for ‘Best Contemporary R&B Album’. It went on to become the second-best selling album of the 2000s, spawning hits like “Yeah!” and “Burn.”
Usher hasn’t released a full project since 2016’s ‘Hard II Love’. In honor of his 40th birthday last year, he dropped ‘A’, his collaborative project with Zaytoven.