Rave of the moment and Afro Fusion singer, Omah Lay has reflected on his journey over the past one year of being in the Nigerian music industry.
According to the DAMN crooner, around this time last year, he was still singing so passionately struggling to break even and make it big musically unsure of whether people would hear or appreciate his songs.
However, fast-forward to a year later and he’s now being recognised domestically and globally as BET celebrated him as its Amplified International Artiste of The Month while he’s also being mentioned in conversations for winning next-rated Headies Award.
Taking to his Twitter page, Omah Lay wrote;
“This time last year I was holed up in my tiny room singing my guts out, not knowing if people would ever hear or even appreciate these songs.
“Fast forward few months later, those songs came together to become an EP titled ‘Get Layd’ and that shit changed my life!!!
“I see myself everywhere, hear myself everywhere, feels great! Everything I ever wished for…
“But with it went the simple things of life, I miss being Stanley!!! Got me asking myself sometimes WHAT HAVE WE DONE???!!! Don’t mind me, this shit is still new to me
“I like to think that I have grown since the last time you heard from me and I’m sure you’d hear that from my music.
The talented singer also used the opportunity to present his latest project, an extended play he titled ”What have we done”.”
This time last year I was holed up in my tiny room singing my guts out, not knowing if people would ever hear or even appreciate these songs.
— Omah Lay (@Omah_Lay) November 19, 2020