Nigerian Singer, Omah Lay has been in the spotlight for less than two years but keeps making an impact in every song he is featured on.
Omah Lay came to prominence in 2020 with his “You’ single before releasing his EP, “Get Layd” which has amassed more than 100 Million streams from the melodious songs.
In that same year, he released another EP, “What Have We Done” which housed hit songs such as “Godly” and “My Bebe.”
To celebrate the singer, Mp3bullet.ng have put together a list of the songs Omah Lay has been featured on so far.
This is not a final list as it would continue to be updated as more songs drop.
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Off Olamide’s 2020 album, “Carpe Diem” is the popular “Infinity“. Omah who starts the song hooks, listeners, with his Port-Harcourt slang and sweet harmonies on the song. One would argue that he is the only artist who manages to overshadow Olamide on the album.
Forever (Remix)- Gyakie
Ghanaian Artist, Gyakie gained prominence with her “Forever” song in 2020. In 2021, she announced to fans that the remix features Omah and when it dropped, they didn’t disappoint.
The song shows that the two should collaborate more as they enthral fans with love-filled promises with their lyrics. In just one month of its release, the music video has amassed over 6 million views on youtube. It is also overshadowing the original song.
Pronto- Ajebo Hustlers
What happens when two or more Port-Harcourt fire artists come together for a collaboration, “Pronto” answers that question.
Mixed with a lot of sexually charged lyrics disguised in form of Port-Harcourt slangs, Ajebo Hustlers and Omah produce an unforgettable bop that will have one dancing.
Tonight- DJ Spinall
“Tonight” is the perfect summer song, Omah would have one dreaming of the perfect romance scene with this song.
The song is off DJ Spinall’s “Grace” album and one of its underrated songs.
Pami- DJ Tunez ft Wizkid and Adekunle Gold
When “Pami” dropped in 2020, one conversation surrounding the song was the similarities in Omah and Wizkid’s voice as fans had difficulties differentiating between the two.
However, Omah’s voice comes in the last verse and while its the shortest, it is also as sweet as the remaining.