On a site where four-year gaps between features isn’t unheard of, six months M.I.A. is barely a blip on the radar. Still, with no fresh material from Omarion since this past May, fans of the Maybach crooner must be getting mighty hungry. While this cut doesn’t exactly qualify as new, having been included on Self Made Vol. 2 back in June, the release of its official video provides the perfect opportunity to get Omarion back on our front page. To complement the record, a breakup ballad featuring production by The Beat Bully and guest rhymes by labelmate Wale, director Topshelf Jr. creates a seamy domestic drama in miniature. Feeling it? You can still cop the record as part of MMG‘s latest compilation. Additionally, watch the Booth for the latest tunes leading up to the arrival of the singer’s new Care Package EP on Thursday, November 29.
Written by richard on 11/13/12
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