Omah Lay speaks about how depression inspired his “Boy Alone” album

  • Omah Lay discusses how depression inspired his “Boy Alone” album.

  • The singer revealed how he was psychologically unstable.

Omah Lay speaks about how depression inspired his "Boy Alone" album
Omah Lay speaks about how depression inspired his “Boy Alone”

Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer Omah Stanley Didia better known by his stage name Omah Lay has revealed how depression inspired his “Boy Alone” debut album.

Many people have been moved by Omah Lay’s debut album, “Boy Alone,” and the artist has now opened out about the depressive wave that served as the project’s inspiration.

The musician, who has demonstrated a love for Twitter on the Bluebird social network, spoke out about the feelings that inspired his debut studio in a tweet.

According to the singer, he was psychologically unstable and intended to end his life. Omah Lay said;

“Boy Alone might be the last time y’all will hear me cry on a song, On G I was dead ass down, insecure, scared, depressed, loosing my mind like I was literally gonna kill myself.”


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He also spoke about feeling lost saying;

“I felt like I lost it until After I finished recording Boy Alone, I listened to myself and realized I’m one of the hardest shittt African music have ever seen!!”

The singer who’d stated earlier that he was in a mood to speak from his heart also spoke on getting heartbroken and feeling doubted by people he looked up to.

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