Usher, Summer Walker & 21 Savage Hit The Streets Of Atlanta To Make Things ‘Good Good’

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Usher is a man on the comeback trail with his career seemingly as hot as way back in his early 2000s heyday. He’s not only made tongues wag alongside Keke Palmer in his recent clip for song “Boyfriend,” but he’s also reminded us of his talent with recent singles “GLU” and “Good Good.” Now he’s taking us to his stomping ground of Atlanta to give us a visual for the latter track that’s worthy to be among his oeuvre.

Directed by Warren Fu, the visual takes Ursh and the song’s guests Summer Walker and 21 Savage to some ATL landmarks — including the Jackson Street Bridge — and other spaces as they sing of making amends with former flames. The settings allow each star their own space to split into separate selves as the song’s lyrics speak to them finding peace not only with their exes but within themselves.

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With the song’s slower pace, one of the more obvious spaces we see is a bedroom. Rather than give us something titillating to watch, however, the setting allows for Usher and Summer to find peace in tranquility. 21, on the other hand, performs his verse inside several dining establishments that represent the ups and downs he reflects on in his lyrics.

The video for “Good Good” isn’t reinventing the wheel, but it does well in showcasing the song as the enjoyable slice of modern R&B it is (while giving the spotlight to some of Usher’s signature dance moves, too). See if you agree with our assessment when you press play below.

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