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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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TheFader.com – Former B2K frontman and teeny bopper heartthrob Omarion was only signed to Maybach Music for a matter of weeks before he had the words “Maybach O” tattooed onto his hand last summer. It was an especially bold move for someone who two years prior had aligned with another rap crew, Young Money—a partnership that ended before any music was released. The singer, though, has never had a problem finding work, be it as a sturdy hook man for likeminded rappers or a purveyor of gritty, slow-burning love songs like 2012’s “MIA.” Currently preparing his first album in three years, the flagship R&B singer of one of the most respected brands in rap talks to us about how despite all the success he’s seen, the best is yet to come.

Where are you now, musically? If B2K was eighth grade and after B2K was freshman year, now I’ve graduated from high school and I’m in real life. Back in the day it was like, I got a great record from a great producer and writer and it’s a hit single, so let’s sing it. But it’s different when you’re really living out your lyrics. This album is that. We’re playing around with the new album title—we’ll probably change it, cause there’s a movie with the same name—but the core idea is Love and Other Drugs: the infatuation, the euphoric feeling of liking someone. A woman inspiring you to act differently and feel differently—it’s similar to a drug. This album is focused on that feeling.

How was it that you fell in with another band of rappers at Maybach Music?

I ended up going to a strip club with friends and somebody was like, Rozay is here. So I was like, Lemme go say what’s up. I told him, I’m bout to sign this deal and I would love to do a record with you. He said, Before you do that, let’s have a conversation. The next day we got on the horn. He was like, I’m a big fan of what you’ve done and I’ve been watching you; we need to do this. I was just like, well, what’s winning right now? What was winning was the Young Moneys, the Maybach Musics—the camps. So I thought his idea was great. Literally two weeks later, it was a done deal.

Does being a part of a camp change the way you approach music?

I’m inspired to be more tedious and take my time. The camaraderie here is immense. Coming from B2K, I understand the importance of camaraderie. If you have that, it could mean a lot. It’s like the Lakers.

When R&B singers hang around rappers, they tend to develop a rap aesthetic and often end up rapping themselves. You’ve mostly avoided that, though. 

I actually started out as a rapper, and rap has been a big influence on what I do in some of the cadences. But rapping kind of became a fad among singers and took away from why we’re special. The guys that I look up to—Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder—were always in touch with an emotion that is familiar to every man: the emotion of love for a woman. That’s what I do. Even if you might catch me in a cipher, I’m just playing.

Read more: http://www.thefader.com/2013/06/26/interview-omarion/#ixzz2XhhCcjbK

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