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The two discussed some future shows they may do together before Usher, seemingly exhausted, flopped down on a couch because of some bad news: his ride wasn't there.The Maybach pulled up to the door less than a minute later, but Usher couldn't leave just yet.At the head of the table was an actual throne, flanked by bodyguards dressed in black who kept watch while King Raymond stood up and took pictures.Seemingly a little overwhelmed by the never-ending line of bodies trying to get near him, he took a breather and was alerted that "the performance was about to start." "Y'all have to see this," he announced. Acrobats climbed to the top of two structures that hung over the pool and then flipped and swung from ropes. The spectacle turned back toward the floor at poolside, but the spotlight wasn't on Usher and his pals, or even on Lil' Kim, who was walking nearby.Outkast had people doing the A-Town stomp at Mansion, and P.Diddy held an extravaganza at the Ice Palace, where Doug E.A little later, Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson walked in as Usher was on his way out.In the hotel lobby, the R&B star met producer Just Blaze, who had fought his way in only to see the star of the night was about to jet.
Two nights earlier, to get to Usher's private yacht party, you had to drive onto a ferry, take the ferry to an island, and then follow a man in a golf cart to another checkpoint.
One more well-wisher — video director X — had to give him props. Am and producer Rich Nice all dined separately in the same Cuban restaurant, and while walking outside you could easily bump into Dres from Black Sheep, DJ Kay Slay or Talib Kweli.
Back on the streets of Miami, even in the wee morning hours, it seemed like no one wanted to go home. The night before the big show, it seemed like all of Miami had one thing on the brain: partying.
It's About Timedebuted at #14-bullet on the Billboard 200 on the strength of its first hit single, 'Dip It Low.' 'Dip It Low,' which peaked at #1 on the Dance Club Singles chart, and #3 on the Billboard Hot 100, was nominated for a 2004 Grammy Award as Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, while It's About Timewas nominated as Best Contemporary R&B Album.
With her album bulleting up the charts through the summer and fall of 2004, Christina hit the road to open the North American tour schedule for Usher and Kanye West.