The song “There Goes My Baby” is a song performed by American recording artist, dancer, and actor Usher
IV (born October 14, 1978), who performs under the mononym Usher. The song was first released as the second promo single for his sixth studio album, Raymond v. Raymond on February 9, 2010, and later released to rhythmic and urban airplay as the album’s fourth U.S. single from the album on June 15, 2010. As a promo single, the song debuted on the Billboard
Hot 100 chart at number seventy-one solely from digital downloads. It fell off the next week, but upon its release as a single it re-entered at number 100, and eventually reached number twenty-five. It topped the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart for four consecutive weeks, giving Usher his eleventh number-one hit on that chart, and to date spent there the huge amount of 71 weeks. With eleven top singles on the chart, Usher tied with R. Kelly and Ray Charles on the Stevie Wonder-led list of most number ones since the inception of the chart. As the fourth single from Raymond v. Raymond, the single was also Usher’s fourth consecutive top ten songs on the R&B chart, a feat not matched by him since his Confessions era. “There Goes My Baby” was also Usher’s fourth consecutive top forty songs on the Hot 100, another feat not matched since Confessions.