Fresh off hooking up with J. Cole on “FreEP” leak Pity, Omen is back with a moody jam that didn’t make the cut for his forthcoming street album. On Outta Space, the Midwestern buzzmaker does double-duty on the mic and behind the boards, serving up an off-kilter, synth-laced instrumental as he ponders his place in the world. Though this joint, as mentioned above, won’t be appearing on the project, those digging it can hear more on the artist’s Afraid of Heights LP, scheduled to drop October 31.
Written by richard on 08/17/11
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