It's Usher, baby! The R&B mack is back with another single from his upcoming LP 'Lookin' for Myself.' Usher's 'Lemme See' is a seductive ballad, which was produced by Jim Jonsin and written by Usher, Lundon “Da Bridge" Knighten and Eric Bellinger. The song will be available on May 8 via iTunes.

On the track, Usher is in loverman mode as he taunts a sexy lady to make good on her promise to throw it down in the bedroom. “You’ve been saying all night long that you couldn’t wait to get me all alone / What you gonna do to me? / Don’t talk about it, be about it / Let me see, let me see" he croons.

Meanwhile, Rick Ross comes through with his flossed-out verse, and in a tacky move, mentions Trayvon Martin in his lyrics. "I had to valet park it / Chanel hoodie on / Looking like Trayvon Martin / George Zimmerman when I'm on it," he spits.

We think it's way too soon to be mentioning Trayvon Martin's name in a verse, especially on a song that's all about sex. Sheesh!

This past weekend, Usher performed several tracks from his upcoming album as part of his performance for 'Fuerza Bruta: Look Up,' a popular acrobatic play. The Grammy-winning crooner sung renditions of 'Climax' and 'Scream' in front of an enthusiastic crowd.

'Lookin' for Myself' will hit stores on June 12.

Listen to Usher, 'Lemme See'