- Nigerian music star Omah Lay has continued to make headlines over his most personal hit track, Soso
- The Boy Alone crooner recently revealed in an interview the situation and mental condition that inspired Soso
- Omah Lay, in his visual interview, also explained the meaning of the catchy line in his song, “Water no get enemy, ’til you fall for Oshimiri”
Nigerian talented singer Omah Lay has opened up on how he landed himself in the poignant lyrics behind his emotional hit song Soso.
In an interview with Hey Steph TV, the Afro-soul wonder explained the distressing condition he found himself in, which birthed Soso’s lyrics.
He said the song was made when his world was crumbling and he couldn’t make sense of anything.
Omah Lay emphasised that it was almost impossible for him to explain why he was going through the things he was going through because of the burden of pain.
“I was in pain, so much pain, when I was writing this song. I was just in a place where I was losing my mind.
“I was smoking a lot, way too much. I was down. You know when they say, when you exhaust… there was really nothing in life that was nice at the time.”
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Omah Lay calls out colleagues
Omah Lay subtly called out his colleagues over how they have decided not to support him.
The Soso crooner tweeted that even those he sees as inspiration in the industry refused to lend a hand of support to him.
“Dem no dey gree support me because them dey fear haha! even my so-called biggest inspirations all of them join.”
Omah Lay uses Tiwa Savage’s photo as display pic on Twitter
Tiwa Savage is one Nigerian celebrity who has defied age and has managed to look younger than her age.
The much-loved singer has remained hot over the years, and it is no wonder that a lot of men have crushes on her.
Popular young singer Omah Lay got the internet buzzing after he decided to change his profile display photo on Twitter to Tiwa’s image.
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