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2 September 2012, 09:29
The 'Scream' singer says he is excited to be in London during the excitement of this summer in the UK capital.
Usher kicked off the iTunes Festival 2012 last night in London with a crowd-pleasing set and said he is "really happy" to be involved in London culture during the summer of London 2012.
The 'Climax' singer took to the stage at the Camden Roundhouse on Saturday evening (1st September) for the first event of the month-long festival, and says he was "really happy" to be able to join in with the festivities of the UK this summer.
"You know it's always good to come to London town and have a good time," Usher revealed to Capital FM after his performance. "I'm really happy that the iTunes Festival allowed me to be in such an intimate setting and I'm really happy to share, really happy to be here and I'm really happy to be a part of London culture.
"You guys have had a lot going on recently with the Olympics, the [Paralympics], I'm just really happy to add to the festivities in your lovely country!"
The 'Scream' singer's performance as part of the iTunes Festival included some of his classic songs from albums like 'Confessions', as well as newer songs form recent album 'Looking 4 Myself', which have Usher his fourth consecutive number one on the US Billboard Top 200 chart.
Check out a picture of Usher performing live at iTunes Festival 2012 below:
Usher recently confirmed that 'Dive' will be the next single to be released from 'Looking 4 Myself'.
Listen to Usher talking to Capital showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about his performance at the iTunes Festival 2012 below: