[photogallerylink id=75310 align=left]At first listen Usher’s new song “Climax,” seems a little….suggestive. However, the singer has let us know that the meaning of his song is a little deeper than what meets the ear.
In an interview with V-103’s Bryan Cameron Usher explained that, “It’s odd that people really only view ‘Climax’ as a sexual song, it’s not even about sex. It’s really about the ultimate experience or lack thereof. Or the finale of an experience of love and life. When you’re in a relationship…and it has kind of reached the climax of where it can go, you gotta let it go if you are not going to commit.”
Although “sex” isn’t what Usher intended as the main message of the song, he does admit that it slithers into the song itself, “Of course, there is sex in ‘Climax,'” he said. “But it is not just about sex. The sexy tone and the falsetto will make you think that. That’s the double entendre of how music works. Its not about sex its about the out of control experience when a person reached the peak of that experience.”
“Climax” was released on Valentines Day as a single for Usher’s seventh studio album, due out later this year!