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  • Usher’s powerful interactive music video
  • Usher’s powerful interactive music video
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Usher’s powerful interactive music video

In another example of how the music industry is changing, particularly when it comes to marketing, Usher has collaborated with streaming service Tidal to release a video for new single ‘Chains’. But it isn’t a regular music video; it’s interactive, and it comes with a powerful message.

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