Omega ft. Jody Breeze & 8oz - Call Girl

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Omega
Featuring:
Producer:
The Rackit Club
Album:
The Gift

It’s a common belief in today’s music industry that if a song can be a hit in Atlanta, it can be a hit anywhere.  Hoping to prove that rule true is R&B singer Omega, who is working with independent label Black 8 Entertainment for his upcoming debut album, The Gift.  On his debut single, Omega places a call to his frequent escort (commonly known as a Call Girl), detailing his entire plan for the evening.  Featuring a guest verse from frequent business partner Jody Breeze (who has signed to Block Ent./Bad Boy South as a solo act now) and synth-heavy production from Tha Rackit Club (sounding eerily like Snoop‘s Sensual Seduction), Call Girl could easily be a strong hit in the ATL.  Question is, will that adage mentioned above hold true in Omega’s case?  Find out when The Gift is released in the second quarter of ‘09.

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