Usher on Top: His No. 1 Hits

Get ready for the Usher countdown takeover tonight!

Usher Featuring Alicia Keys: "My Boo" - Usher?s Confessions wasn?t even close to running out of steam when he released the LP?s fourth consecutive No.1 single in 2004. The song was part of a re-release and helped Ush?s record sales reach diamond domestically.(Photo: Courtesy LaFace Records)

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"My Boo" (10/30/04) - The biggest album of Usher's career was Confessions, and one of the biggest hits that came from that album was this loving duet with songstress Alicia Keys. "My Boo" makes anyone that hears it feel warm and fuzzy inside because of the pure love and innocence that revolve around the song. (Photo: LaFace Records)

"Love in This Club" (3/15/08) - Although Usher's album Here I Stand was a commercial disappointment, his lead single and video "Love in This Club," featuring Young Jeezy and starring Keri Hilson, was a huge hit that spawned a successful remix with Beyonc? and Lil Wayne.  (Photo: LaFace Records)

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"Love in This Club" (3/15/08) - Although Usher's album Here I Stand was a commercial disappointment, his lead single and video "Love in This Club," featuring Young Jeezy and starring Keri Hilson, was a huge hit that spawned a successful remix with Beyoncé and Lil Wayne. (Photo: LaFace Records)

"U Got It Bad" (12/15/01) - "U Got It Bad" came from Usher's 8701 album. A lot of people speculate that the song was about his then girlfriend, Chili from TLC, and with good reason since she was the leading lady in the video.  (Photo: Arista Records)

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"U Got It Bad" (12/15/01) - "U Got It Bad" came from Usher's 8701 album. A lot of people speculate that the song was about his then girlfriend, Chili from TLC, and with good reason since she was the leading lady in the video. (Photo: Arista Records)

Keeping It Healthy     - He's a vegan and likes when ladies eat pineapples.(Photo: Arista Records) 

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"Nice & Slow" (2/14/98) - When "Nice & Slow" came out, Ursh was a teenage boy that was taking on grown man topics. It was one of his earliest hits and one of his most memorable ballads. Oh, and did we mention the cameo by Kimora Lee? (Photo: Arista Records)

Usher, "Yeah!" - The club-floor choreography in this Usher video not only brought light to stateside movements like the A-Town Stomp, it also drew from Caribbean dances like the Thunderclap and sparked a huge anthem for Fat Joe and the Terror Squad, who picked up the Rockaway dance for his "Lean Back."(Photo:Arista Records)

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"Yeah!" (2/28/04) - "Yeah!" featured Lil' Jon and Ludacris and hit the airwaves and everyone's TV screens at the height of the ATL music craze. It's one of the bigest hits of Usher's career and still has rabid fans doing the "A-town stomp!" (Photo: Arista Records)

Usher, Confessions - Usher put it all out there on this 2004 chart-topper, singing in heartbreaking fashion about cheating on with ex-girlfriend Chili.  (Photo: LaFace Records)

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"Confessions Part II" (7/24/04) - When life gets real, put it in a song. That's what Usher did to express some of his deepest feelings regarding love in his song "Confessions Part II." Although he said that parts were fiction, he never said that there wasn't any truth to the lyrics. Based on the video, we're pretty sure he drew inspiration from some real life events. (Photo: LaFace Records)

"U Remind Me" (7/7/01) - "U Remind Me" had a great R&B sound, but it also had one of Usher's best dance breaks. It was just him, the street, his silouette and the rain!   (Photo: Arista Records)

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"U Remind Me" (7/7/01) - "U Remind Me" had a great R&B sound, but it also had one of Usher's best dance breaks. It was just him, the street, his silouette and the rain!  (Photo: Arista Records)

Usher, ?Burn? - Usher finds himself missing his boo as his heart burns after the loss of an ex-love. The video?s effects include a swimming pool on fire as well as a huge mural and palm trees engulfed in flames.  (Photo: Arista Records)

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"Burn" (5/22/04) - Burning palm trees, a sexy dance break and lovers angst made "Burn" the success that it was. (Photo: Arista Records)

"My Way" (8/15/98) - "My Way" only made it to No. 2 on the charts, but it gets an honorable mention because it put Usher on the map as a dancing phenomenon. It also showed that he was a heartthrob in training that held his own against co-star Tyrese.  (Photo: LaFace Records)

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"My Way" (8/15/98) - "My Way" only made it to No. 2 on the charts, but it gets an honorable mention because it put Usher on the map as a dancing phenomenon. It also showed that he was a heartthrob in training that held his own against co-star Tyrese. (Photo: LaFace Records)

"You Make Me Wanna" (10/25/97) - "You Make Me Wanna..." also only reached the No. 2 spot on the Billboard charts, but it is the song that made Usher a certified star and showed that his career would be long and bright.  (Photo: LaFace Records)

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"You Make Me Wanna" (10/25/97) - "You Make Me Wanna..." also only reached the No. 2 spot on the Billboard charts, but it is the song that made Usher a certified star and showed that his career would be long and bright. (Photo: LaFace Records)