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Soul Singer-Songwriter and NAACP Image Award Nominee Omar Wilson Drops New Single, "96"


Soul Singer-Songwriter and NAACP Image Award Nominee Omar Wilson Drops New Single, "96"

Chart-topping Soul Singer-Songwriter and NAACP Image Award Nominee for Outstanding Best New Artist Omar Wilson aka "The Black Sinatra" Drops New Single "96", lifted from his debut album, "Living Legend". Written by Keith Sweat, Omar Wilson, Louis Humphrey, Demetri James Gountanas, Shenee Lofton, and Gibson Cagney, the new single surely will keep you jamming from start to finish. '"96" is about the desire of going back in time with my lady to 1996, the time when our love was special and life and music was just dope," mentions Omar.


Omar Wilson is currently enjoying the success of his international chart-topping song, "The Groove". Worldwide "groovers" already two-stepping to "The Groove" includes; the United Kingdom, Belize, Jamaica, Grenada, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, France, Japan, Puerto Rico, South Africa, West Indies, Chicago, Los Angeles, Connecticut, Miami, New York, Detroit, and Cleveland, just to name a few.

Later this September, Omar will join Alanis Morissette, Ruben Studdard, Ariana Huffington, and many others at the Resiliency 2020 First Responders charity event in support of our first responders during this Covid-19 pandemic.


Omar Wilson while quarantined at home, was a special guest on the Global Citizen's #TogetherAtHome Concert series platform, delivering a powerful performance and leaving audiences wanting more.


"96" was produced by Louis Humphrey, Edwin Ramos, and Donavan Jarvis via the BSE Recordings/Sony/Orchard label imprint.


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