The 35-year-old's latest is an upbeat musical ode to pole stars, and the lyrics are straight to the point. "Shawty, I don't mind if you dance on the pole, that don't make you a h--," he excitedly sings. "Shawty I don't mind when you're working 'til three, if you're leaving with me/ Gon' make that money, money, money."
Juicy J takes a more lustful approach. "Tryna' take somebody b----, turn her to a slut/ Tryna' fill my cup, tryna' live it up, throw some hundreds on the a-- walk her out the club," he raps.
"I Don't Mind" follows Usher's "Good Kisser," which he premiered in May. The singer/actor is prepping his eighth studio album with assistance from Pharrell, Diplo and Jermaine Dupri, the latter of whom he helped celebrate at the ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards Thursday (June 26) night.
Usher and Juicy J will perform "I Don't Mind" at the BET Awards this Sunday.
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