Canada's version of Usher, they say. More like Usher with one-10th the budget. Ottawa-based Beirut native Massari's debut is this week's official collection of mushy smooth-man songs that "women can listen to when they're getting dressed or they're going out to party or whatever," as Massari says. Because P. Diddy's Mase rip-off protege Loon - dropped from Bad Boy after his debut flopped - did a cameo on Massari's Smile For Me "for the ladies," (who, judging by his sales, aren't all that into him), there's a bit of hype. Massari's love of Arabic singer George Wassouf, revealed when he hits a couple of unconventional notes or trills in a unique way, is the only thing that saves this. I'm convinced the single actually is B2K's Bump, Bump, Bump. Women should continue dressing to D'Angelo or whatever.