EXCLUSIVE: Usher Reveals a Secret to Success in 'MasterClass' Clip

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Usher is sharing his secrets.

The 37-year-old singer is lending his expertise to a new MasterClass, sharing words of wisdom and personal lessons through an online class.

In a clip from the class shared exclusively with ETonline, Usher challenges aspiring performers to visualize the crowd they want to perform for -- from the venue, to the fans, to the backstage ambiance. "Once you have set the scene, remain quiet in that moment," Usher says in the clip. Watch above.

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Usher is the latest celeb to join MasterClass, which calls on celebrities and industry leaders to teach online classes through video lessons, interactive exercises, learning materials, and workbooks. Tennis pro Serena Williams, author James Patterson and actor Dustin Hoffman each have classes currently available for purchase online, while stars including Christina Aguilera, Kevin Spacey and Annie Leibovitz will host their own upcoming classes.

"Performing is part of my soul, my being, my everyday life. Teaching is my legacy," Usher said in a statement for the program. "MasterClass enabled me to combine both of my passions and now I get to share it with the world."

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Usher recently began a new chapter in his life, confirming earlier this month that he had tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Grace Miguel in a private ceremony in Cuba. He finally confirmed the news in an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, beaming over his new wife.

"It was really great," he gushed. "We had a great time -- wonderful woman, wonderful family."

Usher also teased new music during the interview, joking that his next album was "buffering."

"It's coming," he confirmed. "Definitely next year."

See the interview in the player below.