Hit Man: The 18 Best Songs of Usher’s Career

Over the course of eight solo albums, Usher has put together quite the discography. From his slept-on, self-titled debut—which featured several tracks produced by Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs—to Raymond v. Raymond to his most recent project, Hard II Love, the R&B crooner has amassed at least three albums worth of solid singles and bonafide club bangers.

But don’t just take our word for it. His single, “More,” once parked at the top 20 of both the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart and the U.S. Pop Songs chart—giving Ursher yet another song to add to his collection of hits. In honor of his career accolades and accomplishments, we decided to take a look back at a handful of his biggest songs to date.

Here are the joints that helped turned Usher into a superstar over the decades.

1. “You Make Me Wanna…”

2. “Nice & Slow”

3. “My Way”

4. “U Remind Me”

5. “U Got It Bad”

6. “U Don’t Have To Call”

7. “Yeah!” (feat. Lil Jon and Ludacris)

8. “Burn”

9. “Confessions, Part II”

10. “My Boo” (feat. Alicia Keys)

11. “Love In This Club” (feat. Young Jeezy)

12. “OMG” (feat. will.i.am)

13. “There Goes My Baby”

14. “DJ Got Us Falling In Love” (feat. Pitbull)

15. “Climax”

16. “Lemme See” (feat. Rick Ross)

17. “I Don’t Mind” (feat. Juicy J)

18. “No Limit” (feat. Young Thug)

Honorable Mentions

“Caught Up”

“Hot Tottie” (feat. JAY-Z)

“Good Kisser”

What is your favorite Usher song of all-time? Leave us a comment below and let us know!