Usher delivers a new Future-assisted single and video for "Rivals." The Atlanta singer/dancer is prepping the release of his new album Hard II Love, slated to drop on Sept. 16.

In the new visual, Usher cruises around his hometown ATL in a dope ride and hits a studio that has blue lighting all around. Usher croons, "Your kisses are Duracell, they keep me energized / Tired of goin' back and forth, baby I'm hypnotized / You gotta a nigga in love on the low though / I'm lookin' at you and I swear it's been a long road."

Later on, Future applies his go-to autotune delivery, rhyming, "Give me that feelin' / Make everyday a love season / Dirty lover you are my rider / That should be enough reason / I call you baby that's only your title / Cause I don't need no more rivals." So, how does this collaboration stack up to Usher's other big single, "No Limit?"

In case you missed it, be sure to check out Usher's music video with Young Thug for the aforementioned single, "No Limit." The 37-year-old artist and the 24-year-old rapper performed the single together at the 2016 BET Awards back in June. Usher also appeared at a Bad Boy Reunion show in May alongside Diddy, Jay Z and Nas.

Usher also went ahead and remixed "No Limit," adding a bunch of hot artists including Master P, Travis Scott, A$AP Ferg, 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. In other Usher-related news, 21 Savage hilariously sang the 2003 banger "Let it Burn," which appeared on Usher's 2004 album, Confessions.

You can watch the "Rivals" video above via TIDAL. If you're not subscribed to TIDAL, you can still check out the 30-second preview.

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