It’s not a typical Xavier Omär song, a typical GoldLink song, or a typical Hit-Boy-produced record, but “No Way Out” proves to be a beautiful juxtaposition of these three creatives’ sounds. This song, which was produced in Los Angeles, is the latest release from Red Bull Sound Select. Stream “No Way Out” below.
Xavier Omar gives the people a subtle, futuristic groove with “Afraid.” The expressive Georgia native uses his vocals to great effect once more as he admits to being scared of unrequited love. This song was produced by Bizness Boi in Los Angeles for Red Bull Sound Selects. Look for Xavier to continue dropping gems in . . .
“With love always being the center, that will always connect everything that I do.” Xavier Omär‘s Everlasting Wave project conveys an array of moods, and “Speculate” might be one of its most somber moments. The Georgia native chooses to put his moody musings on center stage with his new video. Watch the dark, shadowy video . . .
“Don’t ever get too comfortable.” Sylvan Lacue and Xavier Omär have been paving their own way consistently in recent years, and they prove to be a salient combination on “The Truman Show.” It should come as no surprise that a number of artists are releasing music that reflects the times that we’re in. These two . . .
Xavier Omar is the man formerly known as SPZRKT, and the man always known as talented. As evidenced in his The Everlasting Wave album, the talented singer and songwriter has an ear for soothing instrumentation with an experimental flair. Stream The Everlasting Wave below, and purchase via iTunes.
What’s in a name? Back with his first single since the changing his name, Xavier Omar (f.k.a. SPZRKT) confesses his love for confident, independent women on “Grown Woman.” Xavier Omar is as smooth and jazzy as ever on this one. This is thanks largely to beautiful production from the awesome Thelonius Martin. While we don’t . . .
Between his lyrical talent and knack for creating catchy songs over ear-catching production, Mike Jenkins has built up a lot of interest for his debut album, The Healing Component. The Chicago spitter has come through as expected with the release of the fifteen track project. Guest appearances come from the likes of theMIND, Xavier Omar, . . .
“When the real hold you down, you supposed to drown right?” Mick Jenkins has done a great job of keeping the fans happy between projects, and now we get the first song off his upcoming album The Healing Component, “Drowning,” with production from BADBADNOTGOOD. As bonus, Mr. Jenkins also dropped off the tracklist for his upcoming debut . . .