10 Months, Later Omar Sterling’s ‘Same Earth Different World’ Is Worth The Wait

Omar Sterling is a Ghanaian rapper and member of R2Bees

After along wait for teasing fans with his upcoming album, Omar Sterling “Paedae” has released his much anticipated album “Same Earth Different Worlds”.

In August 2020, Omar Sterling announced his album will be dropping in September that same year. But unbeknownst to fans, they were going to wait for close to 10 months before they get a taste of the album. Even though Omar Sterling had given fans a longer time to anticipate the album, he re-announced the project in June 17th and by June 22 the album had dropped giving fans less time to ptrepare but also worth the wait.

The 20-track Album comes with a feel good album cover pulling listeners into the world of Omar Sterling.

The Album features five features including R2bees, Kwesi Arthur, M.anifest, Efya and Humble Dis.

For a 20 track album, it is quite fascinating to realize how you don’t get tired when listening to the album. As you listen to the song, you get to find new favorites off the album. It will take time to find that one song you can resonate to.

Omar Sterling introduced his junior brother Humble Dis with the song “One Love.”

M.anifest was the only rap to have a verse on the track “Makola Dreams,” Kwesi Arthur on the other hand sang the hook for “Kokonsa” which is the 6th song off the Album.

The Efya and R2bees “Dangerous Love” track gives you the momentum to listen to the album to the end.

The album is currently available on Audiomack and Boomplay. According to Omar Sterling, Other streaming platforms will come later.

Music critics questioned if a 20 track album was worth the shot with a rapper like “Omar Sterling who hadn’t dropped in a while. Proving these critics wrong Omar Sterling has delivered a series of hit songs that will transcend the test of time.

Source: Kuulpeeps

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