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"U Got It Bad" was written by Usher , Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox . It was produced by the former and co-produced by the latter. Recording was done by Brian Frye and mixing by Dupri and Phil Tan, at Southside Studios, Atlanta, Georgia . John Horesco IV provided mixing assistance, William "Billy" Odum performed the Guitar and Usher provided all vocals. [1] The lyrics to the song were, according to Dupri, inspired by a true story. He and Usher were in the studio trying to record some music for the album, but Usher was continually distracted by a girl he had brought into the studio. Following an argument, the girl left. A while later, they started on talking on the phone, which prompted Dupri to kick Usher out of the studio telling him, “We’re going to do this [session] later on. You got it completely too bad right now. You got it bad.” This ignited the inspiration for the song, and once Usher had left, Dupri started writing its lyrics, with the notion that it was going to be a big hit. Once Usher had returned to the studio, Dupri shared the story of the song with him. [2] Talking to Complex , Dupri stated that "U Got It Bad" is another " Nice & Slow ", saying that he produced the song as he wanted to re-produce a track similar to the latter in terms of success, for Usher's 8701 (2001). [3]

Michael Joseph Jackson ( 29 August 1958 – 25 June 2009 ) was an American singer - songwriter , dancer, businessman , and philanthropist . Often referred to by the honorific nickname "King of Pop", Jackson is recognized as the most successful entertainer of all time by Guinness World Records. His contributions to music, dance, and fashion, along with his publicized personal life, made him a global figure in popular culture for over four decades.


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