Music: Omah Lay drops ‘What Have We Done’ EP
Nigerian singer Stanley Omah Didia, better known as Omah Lay, has made good his promise to release, ‘What Have We Done’, his much-awaited EP, on November 20.
The 23-year-old singer took to his social media pages on Friday to announce the release of the 5-track project to his numerous fans.
Tracks on the body of work include ‘My Bebe’, ‘Can’t Relate’, ‘Godly’, ‘Confession’ and ‘Damn’, a bonus track featuring 6lack, an American rapper.
‘What Have We Done’ is Omah Lay’s first project on Warner Music Group, an American multinational entertainment and record label, which recently signed the singer.
The project, which is the singer’s second body of work in 2020, comes as a follow-up to ‘Get Layd’, his five-track EP, released earlier this year.
In a Twitter thread on Thursday night shortly before the project’s release the gifted singer had narrated how he rose from relative obscurity in 2019 to prominence few months later.
“This time last year I was holed up in my tiny room singing my guts out, not knowing if people would ever hear or even appreciate these songs,” he had written.
“Fast forward few months later, those songs came together to become an EP titled ‘Get Layd’ and that shit changed my life!!!
“But with it went the simple things of life I miss being Stanley!!! Got me asking myself sometimes What Have We Done???!!! Don’t mind me, this shit is still new to me.
“I like to think that I have grown since the last time you heard from me and I’m sure you’d hear that from my music. I have a new EP out at midnight. It’s titled ‘What Have We Done’”.