During the production of Usher's fourth studio album, Confessions, they thought of various female singers to pair him with on the song.Usher and Kortney Kaycee Leveringston's rare demo version can be found floating on the Internet.The song received positive reviews from critics, and has garnered awards.The single stayed on top of the Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks, making it the third most-successful single from the album after "Yeah! It was also ranked as the 36th biggest song of the 2000–2009 decade in the US.It stayed on the top ten for nineteen weeks, leaving the chart after twenty-six weeks. The single reached the top five in United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and Switzerland.
Apparently, Casper is now working with Nicki and it may have kicked off a low key feud between the two divas. The Breakfast Club (Charlamagne, DJ Envy and Angela Yee) posed for their fans and interviewed a few artists.
He proceeds to the first verse and chorus, leading to Keys singing another chorus, altering some of the lyrics of the original chorus to create a dialogue.
Keys sings the second verse and Usher for the chorus, with background vocals from Keys. The song breaks with Usher and Keys singing "My oh, My oh, My oh, My oh, My Boo", one after the other.
The song was included in the expanded version of Confessions, alongside "Red Light" and "Sweet Lies" which were only released in the UK version of the album.
Dupri thought of releasing "My Boo" as the fourth single from Confessions once "Confessions Part II" would be leaving the charts.
He turns the set off and slumps down on the sofa before laying on it with his foot propped up.