Stanley Omah Didia popularly known as Omah Lay is a Nigerian, singer and songwriter born in Port Harcourt. Omah is an Afro-fusion artist with a musical style that blends Fireboy‘s creative penmanship with Wizkid‘s vibes.
Omah Lay has quite a break out year in 2020, gaining widespread popularity amidst some hit jams dropped on his rise to prominence.
Here are ten of the best Omah Lay songs rated in 2021 in no particular order.
- Bad Influence
- Lo Lo
- Hello Brother
- Do Not Disturb
- Ye Ye Ye
- My Bebe
- Can’t Relate
Omah Lay – Godly
“Godly” produced by Tempoe is a track off the new ‘What Have We Done EP‘ delivered by Omah Lay, fresh from the Afrobeat monster’s studio.
“What Have We Done” which consists of 5 tracks that include a remix of “Damn” from the “Get Layd” EP. For Omah Lay, this project is his means of showing how he has grown as an artiste since making his debut.
As the title suggests, Omah Lay reverences God on “Godly” and this is arguably the best track from this EP. He gives thanks to God for protecting him throughout his journey and aiding in fulfilling his dreams amidst all the drama and chaos of his new fame and lifestyle.
Omah Lay – Bad Influence
After the success of ‘You‘ which is still in the hearts of many music fans, Omah Lay serves his buzzing single “Bad Influence” officially. It has been tearing up the charts currently trending on Apple Music and Audiomack (with millions of streams) and on multiple playlists on Spotify.
Omah Lay – Damn
is the first on the 5 track masterpiece EP. The song talks about girls that love jonzing guys, bad boys that gat no job who does drugs, weeds and online runs. This tune is a youth reality music, sure the new generation can relate to it.
Omah Lay – Lo Lo
“LO LO” is Highlife-infused Afrobeat song that shows his Port Harcourt influence and his ability to be versatile. His vocals are one of his prominent skills and he showed that he has a way of captivating the listener with his voice… On the song he wants to show his lady of interest some good love that would take away sorrows. And also make her appreciative.
Omah Lay – Hello Brother
This song self produced by Omah Lay is an assurance track of standing for your brother, not breaking the Bro Code.
Omah Lay – Do Not Disturb
“Do Not Disturb” is one of Omah Lay oldies, his early beginning songs. The fast rising Afrobeat/fusion talented singer had this song in his music collections, on an unreleased project- Child’s Play EP.
This song shows Omah Lay (an artiste that sings to penetrate the soul) at his best mid tempo genre.
Omah Lay – Ye Ye Ye
On “Ye Ye Ye” Omah Lay talked about how he pleased a girl sexually, made her wild and go Gaga. He described the sexually healing she got, how he performed an everlasting operation on her body system and blessed her with his endowed manly instrument.
Omah Lay – You
“You” Was Omah Lay’s debut track. After months of experimenting with sounds and building up a core fanbase, Omah Lay finally came through with his first official single titled ‘You’ released on the 14th of February.
Omah Lay – My Bebe
“My Bebe” was the first track of his debut Album “What have we done” and it was a worthy first track, with the singer dishing it out steadily and showing us what a talent he is.
Omah Lay – Can’t Relate
Omah Lay takes a new twist on his new song “Can’t Relate” where he revolves around certain critical issues. It was also a part of “What have we done” EP.
So there we have it, 10 of the best from Omah Lay in his career so far.