The people at Sony Music have been nice enough to hook me up with an Usher hamper to giveaway on Evolutionary as we celebrate and enjoy his latest album Raymond v Raymond. It is his sixth album, his third album to debut at No. 1 on the Top 200 Albums chart in US and his fourth No. 1 debut on the R&B Albums chart. It was also No.1 on the Top Digital Albums chart.

It took me a while to get into this album but I am enjoying it. It has songs that fit into the repertoire he has created over the last 15 or so years and this is an opportunity to get the full Usher collection.

The hamper consists of the following:

  • MY WAY
  • 8701

Usher Disc

To win, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post answering a very simple question:

Who are the two legendary producers who worked on Raymond v Raymond?

Please note:

  • This competition is only open to residents of South Africa. We can only deliver the hamper to a South Africa address.
  • The competition will close at midnight, SA time, on Monday May 3rd, 2010.
  • Only one entry per person is allowed.
  • The winner will be randomly picked out of a hat by my 2.5 year old son


  1. Tebogo Rakumako

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis

  2. Rebone

    Danja and Sean Garrett

  3. MoleteMathaba

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis! The Prince should be encouraged to “randomly pick” my name! I’m just saying!!! Long live The Prince!!!!

  4. Gcobani Jombile

    Will.I.Am and Jermaine Dupri

  5. Avhasei

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis

  6. Ongopotse

    Competion answer: Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jam

  7. Ongopotse

    I listened to some of the older Albums, and his sound is crisp and his lyrics are on point. I think his trying to hard to be a cross over artist (RnB to Hip Hop), and he should stick to what he does best. I see most artist jumping on the Hip-Hop mix, and for some is working, for others its not. He is one of them. Great Review.

  8. Lulama

    The Legendary producers are Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis

  9. Nondumiso

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis

  10. Mavis

    Usher is ever Evolving, his new sound is great. He seems to be moving towards a more seductive sounds nowadays, more collaborations are needed for him to get in-touch with the current sounds !

  11. Amanda

    Answer: Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis

  12. Romeo

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis

  13. Shoni

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis

  14. Sisanda

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis

  15. Katleho Molai

    I have loved Usher since 8701 and even before that, but that has been my favouritr album. The 2 legendary produers that worked on Raymond vs Raymond are Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. I went to Usher’s show when he was in the country and till this day, i get goosebumps just thinking about his performance. I hope he graces us with his prescence soon. Great piece Kojo, keep it up. 🙂

  16. lungelo

    Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis<—- Producers that worked with Usher on Raymond v Raymond. Plus Jermaine Dupree. Love Usher he is sounding better but Confessions was my fav album from him.

  17. Khetha

    Loving this album too, way better than Here I Stand. Lil Freak with Nicki Minaj is the DAMN biznizzzz. To answer your question, the legendary producers who worked on Raymond VS Raymond is the prolific duo Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

  18. Katleho molai

    Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis are the legendary producers that worked on this album…. Usher is a legend. I still love 8701 and would love a copy of it.

  19. zodwa

    like a good wine he get better with age i just love his music from the very first album until now still think hes the best and thats a fact

  20. Pearl Matthews

    Answer to the Win an Usher Hamper Competition: Two producers are Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

  21. MarkSpizer

    great post as usual!

  22. Kojo Baffoe

    The winner of the Usher hamper was Shoni. Congratulations. Hope you enjoy them. Please do come back & engage & interact.

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