Ludacris and His 'Brother for Life' Usher Deliver Surprise Performance of 'Yeah!' in Las Vegas

The R&B star brought the rapper out on stage for a special performance at his My Way Las Vegas residency on Sunday

<p>Prince Williams/FilmMagic</p> Ludacris and Usher in Atlanta in September 2015

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Ludacris and Usher in Atlanta in September 2015

The entire Park MGM’s Dolby Live indoor amphitheater was screaming, “Yeah, yeah, yeah!” on Sunday night.

During Usher’s My Way Las Vegas residency on Sunday, the superstar, 45, brought out his longtime friend and collaborator Ludacris for a surprise performance of their hit “Yeah!” The rapper, 46, and fans shared footage of the special moment on social media.

As soon as the “OMG” singer completed choreography with a group of dancers, he gestured to the hip-hop star as he emerged on stage, coming out just in time for his iconic verse on the 2004 classic. Wearing a yellow plaid jacket, black jeans and red sneakers, Luda showed off his quick, dynamic flow at the front of the stage while Usher danced along to the lyrics beside him.

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The hitmaker and the rapper/actor also honored Lil Jon, the other featured artist and the producer of the Confessions song, at the end of their performance. Together, the two rapped the version of the track in which Lil Jon repeats, “Do the A-town stomp,” while going through the dance moves together.

As seen in fan-captured footage, the “Love in this Club” artist smiled throughout the duet and hyped up his guest, appearing as though he was thrilled to have the “What’s Your Fantasy” rapper grace the stage with him. At the end of the song, the two embraced with a handshake and hug, and the R&B star said, “A-town down, peace up,” throwing up a deuces.

The Fast and the Furious star shared what a great night he had with a post on Instagram. Along with a clip of the performance, he wrote in the caption, “When Atlanta TAKES OVER VEGAS 🎤.”

The rap icon also expressed his gratitude for being invited to the residency. “Thanks For Having Me @usher 🙏🏾 My Brother Fo LIFE!” he added.

<p>Kristy Sparow/Getty</p> Usher

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Ludacris isn’t the only guest the Grammy winner has brought out on stage. In October, rap legend Nas joined him for a handful of songs, including his team-up with Ginuwine “You Owe Me” and “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That).”

After the show, the rapper, 50, posted to Instagram to share a clip from his appearance and sing his praises of the star. “@Usher your show was immaculate! I had a great time!” he shared in the caption.

The “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love” artist also paid tribute to music industry legend Dr. Dre when he was in the audience last month. As several songs from the hip-hop icon, 58, played, Usher joined him in the crowd to sing and dance along to the beats.

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"THE West Coast Legend @drdre was in the house so U know I had to give him his flowers !! 🙌🏾,” the star wrote in a post on Instagram, sharing footage from the moment.

As the performer is known to bring attention to the famous guests in the crowd at his residency, that same night he also serenaded Jessica Alba and showed his love for Doja Cat, who were also in the crowd.

The recording artist — who is gearing up to release his new album Coming Home and play the Super Bowl halftime show in 2024 — will soon wrap up his My Way residency in December. The acclaimed show, featuring a setlist full of his greatest hits and jaw-dropping choreography, first kicked off in July 2022 and has been extended multiple times. 

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