I hope you’re catching the evening cruise?
As we stay indoor and take neccessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, music remains the best connector for everyone. We all feel the same way despite being in distances apart. Trends on social media and scoops about the private life of celebrities light each day in our humble abode.They really do!
Bad influence crooner, Stanley Omah Didia known by his stage name Omah Lay remains the better comparison for The Headies next rated Rema. The fight for superiority regarding who is best between the two starlets is a serious tug.
Divine Ikubor, widely known as Rema, is a Nigerian rapper and singer. He came into limelight after the release of his first track in 2017. He featured Alpha P in a song titled “Mercy”.
Care to see our ratings for some of Rema‘s hit singles?
Below is a list
On the other hand, Omah Lay was born into a family of music lovers. His grandfather was reported to be a percussionist.Omah is the maker of his songs. He produces every of his songs. He’s also a lover of Highlife.
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According to Omah, most of his songs are practically raw. He described them as reflections of his so many thought.
“I get my music first as Highlife. Then as a producer, I’ll tush it to Afro. Afro pop is core!”, Omah Lay once said.
Here’s our percentage scale for some of his bangers.
• You (2019, 90%)
• Bad Influence (2020, 95%)
• YeYeYe ( 2020, 85%)
• Hello Brother (2019, 89%)
Rema and Omah Lay have like terms. They are songwriters and practitioners in the Afropop genre. The young stars are just too underrated.
• Who kills Afropop best?
•Drop one interesting fact about Rema or Omah Lay
•Tell us why you prefer one over the other
•Quote any lyrics of either of the aforementioned songs.
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