Omah Lay whose real name is Stanley Omah Idibia is a Nigeria singer, song writer. He became popular when he released his hit album Get Layd. The 23-year old released his debut EP Get Layd and featured the singles “You” and “Bad Influence” which gained over 120 million streams in 2020.
He has been into music since his childhood, he first started as a rapper, then a producer in Port-Harcourt. Undoubtedly, he is one of Nigeria’s fastest rising music musicians. He has been performing his amazing songs on some of the biggest stages in Nigeria.
No doubt, his strength is in his ability to thrive in his carefully creative world, delivering a fusion of sounds. Omah lay’s harmonies can pull you out of depression, make you fall in love, and inspire you at the same time. He hardly speaks but when he does, he's making hits, he is one of the best Nigerian artist.
He has taken to his Twitter handle recently to make a statement that got reactions from people, he revealed what he would do on his first concert. He siad "On God, When the world open up again, my first concert I'm gonna jump in the crowd. If I die I die".
This got many people talking, see some reaction below
May he never die in Jesus name, he is one of best Nigerian artist hoping to win Grammy award. He will surely win it if he put more effort.
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