The 'U Got It Bad' singer boasted in an interview that his coaching style will not be comparable to the methods used by co-stars Adam Levine, Shakira and Blake Shelton.
"You can't really compare my style to anybody," Usher declared, reports Rolling Stone. "My style is more military than anything, because I'm all about the preparation and have always been. I rehearse a million times to be prepared."
He went on to insist that his top priority will be to train his Team Usher members to present themselves as professionals to the Voice audience.
"My style is to make them understand the seriousness of the craft and that they have the very best opportunity to be the greatest or the worst, depending on how you take it," Usher added.
Usher commented in November that he is loving appearing on The Voice, saying: "I love Shakira, Blake is like a big brother to me, a big country brother to me, and Adam, he got a few wins I am mad about, but I'm really happy to be on the show."
The musician has sold more than 65 million albums worldwide since the release of his 1993 single 'Call Me a Mack'.
NBC premieres the fourth season of The Voice in March. Watch a promo for it below (US only):