Omarion Gets Steamy with “Care Package” (Review)

The polls are in and I’ve decided that Omarion’s Care Package EP is, for lack of a technical term, the business. Sorry to say though fellas, this one is going out to the ladies.

Post-intro Care Package opens up with “Admire,” featuring Problem and Tank. The song is sure to promote a sexy feeling and will definitely make a good addition to the “get ready” playlist. In “Arch Your It” O confesses that he wants to “serenade your mind.” Not sure about your mind, but we’re definitely in. The song ends with a little treat, perhaps something off his full-length album. Then Omarion invites you to be his “Private Dancer” discussing how the club should be his crib and the pole should be his bed. Oooo Omarion, you nasty!

Rick Ross makes a small appearance on the EP for a brief interlude telling the ladies that this should “hold you over for the winter.” Omarion picks up the tempo a little bit with “Trouble” featuring Joe Budden, where he describes telling you how things will go if you spend a night with him. Alert: hair pulling is involved.

He says your going to scream his name “Out Loud” on the next track after he lays you down. He lets out a few falsettos himself in the song. “M.I.A.” featuring Wale is the only song where he’s not really trying to pull ladies. He simply sings about having plenty of women after his true love goes “M.I.A.” “F*ck her, I don’t care,” he states. Though clearly he must if he’s writing a song about it.

The mixtape ends with “Ode to Tae,” a song about Tae Heckard, who Omarion think is the sexiest woman alive. After hearing him sing “you’re all I need” in the notes that he does we’re sure that Tae is probably extremely happy or weirded out.

All in all the EP is sure to be on repeat…for a while. Choosing mode: activated.

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