Usher dropped not one, but TWO new singles this week. On Thursday (June 9th), he debuted his new collaboration featuring Young Thug called "No Limit," and the following day (June 10th) he shared another new song called "Crash." 

This is the first new music we've heard from Usher since 2015's collaboration "Chains" with Nas and "Sally" singer and songwriter Bibi Bourelly. Usher is currently working on his eighth studio album, which he announced the title as Flawed via Twitter back in January. "No Limit" and "Chains" are both expected to appear on Flawed. There were reports the album will drop in July, but Usher has yet to officially announce the release date. But for now, we have these two awesome new singles to hold us over. 

[Buy "No Limit" and "Crash" on iTunes]

"No Limit" features Atlanta rapper Young Thug, was co-written by Usher, and produced by Brandon "B.A.M" Hodge, as well as co-produced by Christopher Perry. Meanwhile, "Crash" was co-written by Usher and produced by f a l l e n & Carlos St. John. 

Usher also released cover art (above) for both singles, and the each feature Usher as a Greek God-like statue damaged by holes and other abrasions -- keeping in line with the Flawed theme.

Listen to Usher's new single "Crash" below!