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- Song Name: U Got It Bad
- Artist Name / Band Name: Usher
- Featuring: N/A
- Produced By: Jermaine Dupri & Bryan-Michael Cox
- Album Name: 8701
- Release Date: August 7, 2001
- Genre: R&B
- Record Label: Arista
- Written By: Bryan-Michael Cox, Jermaine Dupri & Usher
- Performance: Peaked at No.N/A
- Sampled In: You Got It Worse… by Tory Lanez
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: U Got It Bad (Soulpower Remix) by Usher, U Got It Bad Remix by Joe Budden (Ft. Usher)
Usher – U Got It Bad Review
The best element of a ‘U Got It Bad’ by Usher review is the personal opinion of the recording artist himself that this song was perhaps the No. 1 favorite of his fans in the album ‘8701.’ It was observed that after the release of this single in 2001, sales of the album have further gone up. It reached the No. 1 spots in most significant music charts around the world.
The track can be categorized as a slow jam. It combined ballad and R&B genres. The lyrics were inspired by events in the real life. According to Jermain Dupri, one of the producers of the album, Usher came in one day for the recording of other songs in the album. He seemed so distracted by the woman he brought into the studio.
Dupri immediately sent him home and just told Usher to resume the session later because ‘you got it completely too bad right now.’ And so Dupri was able to write the song lyrics and the best was history.
This song mirrors that familiar feeling of desire and longing when people get into relationships. It is constructed in the verse-chorus form just like most of Usher’s other songs.