×
Napster App for
Rhapsody International Inc.
356x237

Artist

Omarion

About Omarion

After three years and four albums with boy band superstars B2K, lead singer Omarion struck out on a solo career. Without his bandmates, the young R&B vocalist flexes a similar sound and formula; slickly produced balladry and party jams aimed at his large female fanbase. Omarion's debut single "Never Gonna Let You Go (She's A Keepa)," a collabo with Big Boi of Outkast, was released in the early fall of 2004, followed by his first solo album O at the end of the year. In 2006, he released second solo album 21.

356x237

Omarion

After three years and four albums with boy band superstars B2K, lead singer Omarion struck out on a solo career. Without his bandmates, the young R&B vocalist flexes a similar sound and formula; slickly produced balladry and party jams aimed at his large female fanbase. Omarion's debut single "Never Gonna Let You Go (She's A Keepa)," a collabo with Big Boi of Outkast, was released in the early fall of 2004, followed by his first solo album O at the end of the year. In 2006, he released second solo album 21.

About Omarion

After three years and four albums with boy band superstars B2K, lead singer Omarion struck out on a solo career. Without his bandmates, the young R&B vocalist flexes a similar sound and formula; slickly produced balladry and party jams aimed at his large female fanbase. Omarion's debut single "Never Gonna Let You Go (She's A Keepa)," a collabo with Big Boi of Outkast, was released in the early fall of 2004, followed by his first solo album O at the end of the year. In 2006, he released second solo album 21.

About Omarion

After three years and four albums with boy band superstars B2K, lead singer Omarion struck out on a solo career. Without his bandmates, the young R&B vocalist flexes a similar sound and formula; slickly produced balladry and party jams aimed at his large female fanbase. Omarion's debut single "Never Gonna Let You Go (She's A Keepa)," a collabo with Big Boi of Outkast, was released in the early fall of 2004, followed by his first solo album O at the end of the year. In 2006, he released second solo album 21.