Omen - Black Hero Theme Musik

Posted 4 years ago
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Grammy-winning beatsmith Omen has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his long-awaited studio album, Black Hero Theme Musik

A collective, collaborative project inspired by the soul sounds of the 1970s, the set features 17 original records from the producer and his EMO (Elaborate Musik Orchestra) team. Included are previously-featured records "Homecoming," "Black Hero Overture," "Everlasting," "Luv Me Tomorrow," "I Made You (First Class)," "Applause," "Get Back" and "Negro Spiritual."

Offering vocal support throughout the project are Teedra Moses, Diggy Simmons, Mickey Factz, Smoke DZA, Ashton Travis, TS Rose, GLC, Pill, Dyme-a-Duzin and many more. All beats come courtesy of Omen and EMO.

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