We’re also promoting the new album coming, “Reasons.” The first single, “Distance” I co-directed and shot in South Africa. It’s really all about the album so that’s currently what’s going on. So when they see me it’s, “Oh that’s Omarion from ‘You Got Served’” or “'Touch' was my favorite song” or “I remember when you was in the group” or “‘Post To Be’ that’s my jank.” I think it was time to really take it to another level especially for the type of cultural awareness that people have now.I’m an inner city kid and I remember for whatever reason people not traveling and getting to learn about culture and why they say we come from Africa.Headlining the Scream Tour IV at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center alongside his best friend, Bow Wow on July 27, 2005, Omarion shared a great result with the young rapper as Bow Wow's 'Let Me Hold You' which he featured in soared to the top spot of Billboard's Rap Singles chart by August.This merely prolonged the string of success he has experienced during the year, mostly through his solo debut album, 'O.' Not only gaining tremendous accomplishment in music, he would also likely to reach the title of a movie star as he was cast in 'The House' (2005).People have been asking this, will there be a B2K reunion tour or performance in the future? R&B is a lot more hip hop now because there’s a lot more rappers that sing melody.I think it would definitely be cool to round up all of the fans. Come one now, we going to Africa and we come back you never know, but I need you to come with me. It’s a bittersweet thing for me to talk about because I like to give everybody some real time truth and it’s like come on y’all. We talking about melody and sounds, rhythm and blues.
When people look back on the past it does have some connection to happiness and joy.
It was you, Bow Wow, Marques Houston, Pretty Ricky, B5, and Bobby Valentino and I remember the shirts coming off.
But you’re a grown man now, how would you describe your journey of going from a boy to a man?
It’s been almost three years since singer Omarion's last album “Sex Playlist” dropped.
At 32, he’s ready to take his fans to another level with his upcoming album “Reasons” that is expected to be released this month.