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On May 2, 2012, Omarion signed with Rick Ross label Maybach Music Group and Warner Bros. Records. He then appeared on Self Made Vol. 2 On November 29, 2012, Omarion released his debut EP Care Package. On November 5, 2013 Omarion released his second EP Care Package 2. In November 2014, Omarion released the lead single from his upcoming fourth studio album. The song, "Post to Be," features Chris Brown and Jhené Aiko."Post to Be" gained substainatal commercial success, reaching No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. This makes "Post to Be" Omarion's second highest charting song. The song also peaked in the top ten on Urban Radio chart, Rhythmic chart, and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and reached gold status by the RIAA in May 2015.He released his fourth studio album, Sex Playlist, on December 2, 2014. In June 2015, Omarion released a new single called "I'm Up" featuring Kid Ink and French Montana.
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GRAND FORTE – We can’t say much about it. But here are some pics. And no, its not a music video.

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What do you think it is?

i don’t know.. i think it’s maybe for a commercial or something like that.

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R&B solo artist Omarion to headline at 2011 Hamilton Mardigras Friday August 5th, at Bayfront Park – BOKU Entertainment and Dominence Entertainment in collaboration with the Hamilton Mardi Gras Committee are pleased to announce that former B2K front man turned successful solo artist and actor will be headlining a star-studded outdoor concert on Friday, August 5th as part of this year’s Hamilton Mardi Gras festivities.

Advanced $20.00 tickets to   “OMARION LIVE IN CONCERT AT HAMILTON MARDI GRAS” will be available online at www.ticketgateway.com on Monday, July 11, 2011 and at selected ticket outlets across the GTA and Niagara region.  Limited tickets will be available at the gate, but you are encouraged to purchase early to avoid disappointment.  Show time is at 6 p.m., starting with performances by the finalists of the Hamilton’s Got Talent competition held on June 4th, 2011.
For more information about “OMARION LIVE IN CONCERT AT HAMILTON MARDI GRAS”, please visit www.dominence.com, www.hamiltonmardigras.com or call 647.209.9407
For Press and Media inquiries, please contact Darling Nicky of BOKU Entertainment at darlingnicky@bokuentertainment.com
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Omarion is quite the curiosity. A singing sensation with impeccable dance abilities, he was the irresistible lead of the prodigious pop group B2K before launching a solo career colored with Billboard chart toppers. In recent years, he’s been constantly singing a battle cry in defense of a host of allegations, the likes of which would sink most artists. The chatter included serious accusations leveled against his former B2K manager, Chris Stokes, which led to questions about the artist’s own sexuality; a bitter split from the group; and prevailing success that has all been great fodder for the blogger universe. A year ago rumors swirled that he was dead.

However, Omarion is very much alive. If the title of his first ever mix cd, his first independent release from Starworld Entertainment, is any indication, then he is also ‘Awakening.’

Yet, the dawning of the new decade is one of transition for Omarion. No longer the child star whose every move tickled the hearts of a legion of teen fans, the Grammy-nominated artist is embracing adulthood and the business prospects of his career as an entertainer. Emerging from a platinum-selling group and a multi-platinum solo career that defined his youth, the 26-year-old is now taking the reins.

The experience is a refreshing one, wrought with as much inner reflection as conflict. But he juggles it all with a sunny disposition. His easy smile cloaks his focused tenacity and his commitment to artist integrity is ingrained. Make no mistake about it, Omarion is not an artist locked in time’s past, nor is he haunted by the ‘new school,’ three album and you’re done careers that typified the 2000s. He is not a child star confused about his future.

He’s in the best position of his life.

In fact, shortly he will make a series of announcements about his new direction. He is currently signed to EMI/Capitol and Starworld is his entertainment company. He also has had an endorsement deal in place since 2009 with Japanese shoemaker MADFOOT! for his Oboi’s, a shoe tailored for Hip Hop dancers. The second version of the shoe is now available.

‘I have new management, new publicists, new shoes, everything,’ he says.

But for now, he’s cultivating his artistry and business acumen and getting accustomed to sitting in the driver’s seat of his career.

The title for his album, ‘Awakening,’ says it all. ‘I’m awakening everyone up to the real concept of who I am. It’s time for them to change their point of view.’

The World of a Star

Born Omarion Ishmael Grandberry in Los Angeles, Omarion was a child when he started off in the music business. The oldest of seven children, the child actor appeared in a series of commercials, was a Hip Hop artist and studied dance before joining teen heartthrobs B2K in 1998. The group’s three gold and platinum albums and their appearances in the dance movie cult classic ‘You Got Served’ etched the teen sensations in the annals of pop music history.

The group’s controversial break-up led to Omarion’s solo career. He signed with Epic Records and Sony. Tracked along the likes of Usher and Justin Timberlake, Omarion’s natural dance acumen, smooth crooning, and good boy charm lead to his platinum-selling, solo, debut album ‘O’ in 2005. In 2007, he released another platinum, ’21,’ followed by a gold-selling collaboration with rapper Bow Wow.

In 2009, the burgeoning superstar was in talks with Lil Wayne’s Young Money

However, Omarion is very much alive. If the title of his first ever mix cd, his first independent release from Starworld Entertainment, is any indication, then he is also ‘Awakening.’

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Yet, the dawning of the new decade is one of transition for Omarion. No longer the child star whose every move tickled the hearts of a legion of teen fans, the Grammy-nominated artist is embracing adulthood and the business prospects of his career as an entertainer. Emerging from a platinum-selling group and a multi-platinum solo career that defined his youth, the 26-year-old is now taking the reins.

The experience is a refreshing one, wrought with as much inner reflection as conflict. But he juggles it all with a sunny disposition. His easy smile cloaks his focused tenacity and his commitment to artist integrity is ingrained. Make no mistake about it, Omarion is not an artist locked in time’s past, nor is he haunted by the ‘new school,’ three album and you’re done careers that typified the 2000s. He is not a child star confused about his future.

He’s in the best position of his life.

In fact, shortly he will make a series of announcements about his new direction. He is currently signed to EMI/Capitol and Starworld is his entertainment company. He also has had an endorsement deal in place since 2009 with Japanese shoemaker MADFOOT! for his Oboi’s, a shoe tailored for Hip Hop dancers. The second version of the shoe is now available.

‘I have new management, new publicists, new shoes, everything,’ he says.

But for now, he’s cultivating his artistry and business acumen and getting accustomed to sitting in the driver’s seat of his career.

The title for his album, ‘Awakening,’ says it all. ‘I’m awakening everyone up to the real concept of who I am. It’s time for them to change their point of view.’

 

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DJ SPARK HOTTEST FEMALE DJ

Dear Omarion fans,

DJ Spark the hottest female DJ and official DJ of Omarion has agreed to do an interview with us! She talks about who she is, how she started to DJ and how she become Omarion’s official DJ. Enjoy the interview =D

– The interview –

– What’s your name?
Spark!

– When’s your Birthday?
July 6th

– Where were you born?
LA, California

– Where did you grow up?
Fullerton/LA

– So how did the madness start, how did you start DJ-ing?
My mom was an original dj back when I was younger.  She didn’t want me to be a dj and actually I had no plans on being one professionally lol. But when her friends and husband (at the time) noticed I was interested they showed me the in’s and outs. I been in love ever since.

– Speaking about how you first got started, what was the first record you ever bought?
Wow I can’t actually remember the first record I purchased. Most of my records were given to me through other dj’s but I remember practicing Kool Moe Dee, Slick Rick and Push It by Salt n Pepa… mostly the classic hiphop joints were what I practiced to.

– When was your first DJ set and how did you feel that exact moment?
The first memorable set was this first time my mom came to one of my events… As I said she didnt want me to be a dj so we kinda hid it from her for a while. I remember djing this event she came to and feeling soooo nervous because I wanted to impress her. To sum it up…. She’s been supportive ever since.

– What is your most memorable show?
Most memorable show…. hmmm on a large scale: maybe performing w/ Paulina Rubio during the World Cup Halftime show. on a smaller but more personal note: Performing along with Jazz Great Herbie Hancock for the students I teach in his foundation.

– What’s the biggest crowed you ever DJ-ed to?
I believe 20,000-30,000

– What’s the weirdest thing that ever happened to you while you were DJ-ing?
Weirdest thing would have to be T-Pain licking my face while I’m on stage w/ Omarion

– How did you come up with the name “DJ Spark”?
I actually didn’t choose my name… that came from DJ Insanne.. he’s like a big brother to me. Fits my personality tho

– What is your favorite genre, and do you also play Genres you don’t like at all?
Favorite Genre would be soul music or Jazz. I use it to balance myself. I hear hiphop/rap/r&b ALL the time…. sometimes I need to zone out.

– How much are you on the road?
Right now I would say that I’m 50/50 with traveling. when music pics up its more like 75% on the road/25 at home

– So what’s the hardest part of traveling so much?
Remembering what hotel room I’m in!!! lol Every city is a new room new floor. Some would say missing home or friends and fam. I don’t really have that problem. I’ve been traveling professionally since I was 14. the people i travel with are my family as well and technology (skype, email, etc) makes it possible to stay in contact. I don’t have a problem with fam coming out to visit me on the road either

– So what do you do when you’re not making music? Do you have an regular job or do you go to school? Or is DJ-ing your MAIN job?
Music/DJing is my career, its the only thing I do. I might find other avenues to do it like teaching, but its still all music. I did take time to go back to school for a degree in Electronics Communications. That was fun and the purpose was to understand the taught way of repairing my equipment.

– Do you have more siblings that DJ? If so/not, what do they think about you being a DJ? – Are you friends with a lot of DJ’s?
My younger brother doesn’t dj but he thinks its a perk that I do lol. He gets to meet the people I’m around and they show him love because he’s my brother. lol my closest friends actually are not djs but I am friends with lots.

– What’s happening in the future for DJ Spark?
Next month my endorser Stanton will be releasing a new product that I will be the face of, working on a couple show ideas for myself and tour.

– Do you have upcoming shows where you will be playing?(Include dates and event info.) and Do you have a website so the fans can keep track of you?
Omarion and I will be in Japan June 18th and NY on July 15th
to find out about me www.onedjspark.com and  www.twitter.com/onedjspark

DJ SPARK AS OMARION’S OFFICIAL DJ

As we all know you are Omarion’s official DJ and therefore you travel  & work with him a lot….

-How did you get in contact with Omarion and became his official DJ?
I’ve known O since he was 14 or younger. I was originally Immature’s (IMX) DJ so Omarion was always around.

For how long have u been Omarion’s DJ already?
lol funny i don’t know lol

-How does it feel to work with Omarion? (is he a pain in the ass or is he very open and easy to work with?) and Besides being Omarion’s DJ are you guys also friends or is your relationship strictly business?
I think he would agree, it’s like fam. like i said we’ve known each other for a while, so he’s like a lil brother. We respect each other as such.

– What’s your opinion about Omarion “The Singer/Dancer”
I think people either forgot what he’s capable of or underestimate his talents… and that’s fine. Gives him more reason to make a bigger statement.

– What’s your opinion about Omarion “as a regular person”
The regular Omari… is a funny dude w/ a big heart. likes bowling, movies etc… laid back kinda dude

– What’s your favorite song by Omarion?
Right now… Battle w/ Red Cafe

The Ultimate Omarion Crew finally had the chance to meet you in Amsterdam……

– Have you ever been to the Netherlands before? If so did you like it here?
Yes ive been to the Netherlands before… I always have a good time

– How did you experienced the UltimateOmarion Crew on Sunday April 24th, 2011 at The Sand Amsterdam?
it was nice to finally meet you in person.

– Have you seen the www.Ultimate-Omarion.org website and what’s your opinion about it?
I have visited the website from time to time…. you guys stay on point with the “what’s happening” in Omarion’s world I don’t know how you do it but you do it well!

We thank DJ Spark so much for doing this interview for us and for her kindness when she was out here! The Ultimate Omarion Crew cant wait to see her and Omarion perform in The Netherlands again! Don’t forget to check out her website and twitter page:  www.onedjspark.com and  www.twitter.com/onedjspark

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Omarion took time out to talk with XXL about his love for hip-hop, plans for raising his stock as an entertainer and promises you can expect him to create more music, videos and covers of memorable sounds from the 1990s (see “One In A Million” and “Come Talk” off The Awakening).—Jonathan Marshall

XXL: So is this your first mixtape? If so, why did you decide to take the mixtape route?

Omarion: Yeah, this is my first mixtape. Really I used to be opposed to the mixtape thing because the time set was so interesting from where I came from. You know I came from doing this when I was young and knowing if we wanna put something together for the fans, we put the product together and we sell it. But the mixtape is so where it’s at right now, so many new acts and young people and artists that even get in a position where their company doesn’t want to support them the way they need to support them, it’s been the route. I just sat back and I was like, “what would be the ultimate gift for my fans?” DJ Drama supported me on it. To me it’s not even a mixtape. I really went into the album format in my mind when I was creating it, man. It’s being well received and I’m so grateful that I’m able to give the fans something to cherish.

You mentioned DJ Drama. To add your name to the acts he’s reached out to, how much of a confidence boost is that?

I was out in Paris and I went to this club and I saw Drama. I was like, “what’s Drama doing here?” He’s one of the few DJs that I respect that goes around the world and really that’s what I been pushing. If I’m not in the states, then I’m in Paris. I’m in a couple different places promoting and just creating more awareness of who Omarion is. Really that’s the reason why I decided to go the Drama route. Drama is awesome at what he does. He really puts forth 110 percent effort. And he has an interesting audience. To throw something down not only introduces me in another light like records with Method Man where I’m rapping on it and its Method Man which is pretty much unorthodox. To me right now it’s all about the “it” guy. If you wanna get a certain amount of spins on radio you gotta associate yourself with people that are hot. To me that concept is so suite. When I say suite, I mean like the business man. The business man is like we need you to get attached to this. For me it’s about creating that excitement and aligning myself with people that actually respect me and appreciate my music.

Read the full interview “HERE”

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Omarion’s DJ Drama-hosted mixtape The Awakening. The 19-track collection, which he likens to a studio album, features appearances from YG (“Fall in Love”), Rye Rye over the Diplo-sampled “Clap Yo Hands,” Method Man on “Luke Skywalker (Bullshittin’),” and Lil Wayne on the previously leaked “Komfort.”

The first official mixtape from Omarion.

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Wie kent het ondertussen niet, Nederlands grootste en meest kwalitatieve Hiphop en R&B event BLACK MUSIC SPECIAL komt weer terug met een spetterende nieuwe editie op zondag 24 april (1e Paasdag) in The Sand te Amsterdam!. Deze editie wordt wederom aangestuurd door 2 top acts: Day26 & Omarion!

Info:

Datum: Zondag 24 April 2011

Tijd: 23:00 – 05:00

Minimum leeftijd: 18 Jaar

Line up: Omarion & Day26!

Voorverkoop:

• SeeDance 0900-1353 (45cpm)
• Alle Free Record Shops in NL & BE
• Pico Records Amsterdam
• Online: www.seedance.nl
• Directe vvk link: http://bit.ly/dGUtbp

VIP Reserveringen:

++ VIP ARRANGEMENTEN ++ GOLD VIP € 500,-

• Tafel voor 10 personen
• 1 fles naar keuze
• 8 softdrinks
• Fingerfood & Candy
• 1 VIP parking card

PLATINUM VIP € 1000,-

• Tafel voor 10 personen
• Prive butler
• Garderobe service
• 2 flessen naar keuze
• 16 softdrinks
• Fingerfood & Candy
• Sushi
• 2 VIP parking cards

 

Voor VIP reserveringen en meer info mail naar: info@concertgroup.nl

Losse Silver VIP a € 75,- p.p. is verkrijgbaar bij de vvk adressen.

Twitter: @ConcertGroup
Website: www.concertgroup.nl
Locatie: The Sand Amsterdam, Mekongweg 5,1043 AE Amsterdam

YES AND WE ULTIMATE-OMARION.ORG CREW WILL BE THERE, TO MEET AND SEE OMARION IN ACTION!

 


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