Earlier this month, Omarion debuted his Tokyo-based video “Word 4 Word” from his fifth album Reasons (which release date is still in the air).
First, Omarion took us to the motherland in the videos for “Distance” and “Bdy On Me,” for for his newest single “W4W (Word 4 Word), he heads to Japan in an 8-minute short film/video.
With the release of his single/video for “Distance,” Omarion is full steam ahead for the arrival of his forthcoming album Reasons and hitting the promo trail.
In the clip, the R&B veteran shows off his dance moves in the open land before receiving a warm welcome from one of the tribes. He gets the King treatment!
Omarion is starting to heat up! Last week, he dropped off the sensual music video for ‘BDY On Me’ and now he’s back with the new offering, ‘Distance.’
Omarion takes a trip back to the Motherland for the music video for his latest release “BDY On Me.”
Fresh off the highly-publicized social media beef with Soulja Boy, it looks like Chris Brown may go back into battle with another rapper, namely, his longtime nemesis Drake.
The Mannequin Challenge can now be seen as a full-fledged music video. In his new music video for the song “Okay ok,” featuring C’Zar, R&B crooner Omarion awakes to a house full of models frozen like the #MannequinChallenge at a mansion in Beverly Hills.
It looks like 32 was a very emotional birthday for R&B veteran Omarion. While celebrating his birthday on Saturday (Nov. 12), the former B2K member and solo star took to Instagram to share his overwhelming gratitude for his fans, thanking them for consistently supporting his career.
The “Blurred Lines” verdict got the music industry all shook up! Omarion, DJ Mustard, and Atlantic Records are facing a lawsuit from BMG Rights Management claiming their hit “Post To Be” ripped off Chris Brown’s song, “Came To Do,” from his 2013 album, X.