For two decades, Omarion has vibrantly painted the entertainment landscape as a chart topping, multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated Recording Artist, Producer and Actor. Among the ranks of R&B’s elite, his unmistakable sound has driven the success of multiple Gold and Platinum albums and singles from O, 21, and Face Off with Bow Wow to radio favorites Ice Box, Entourage, Touch, I’m Up (featuring French Montana & Kid Ink), and his 4 x platinum 2015 Billboard hit Post To Be (featuring Chris Brown& Jhené Aiko).
Omarion has also left an indelible mark on Pop Culture outside of his music by starring in the millennial cult classic You Got Served, a fan favorite celebrity judge on America’s Best Dance Crew and joining the cast of the guilty pleasure franchise, VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood: Seasons One and Two.
Omarion’s appearance as “The Yeti” on Season 5 of The Masked Singer earned him a position as a semi finalist and also made MS history with his most notable game changing performance on roller blades to “Lonely”. He reprised his comedic talent with his role on HBO’s A Black Lady Sketch Show where his performance garnered him an Emmy nomination. Throughout his long-standing music and acting careers, Omarion has been recognized with multiple BET Awards and a Grammy Award nomination for “Best Contemporary R&B Album”.
Celebration aside, however, Omarion has been busy ramping up another career arc. He’s now added author and business entrepreneur to his multi-hyphen skillset as a singer, songwriter, dancer and producer. Omarion will publish his first book, Full Circle: Lessons & Takeaways on How to Live an Unbothered Life through Harper one Publishing in 2022. He launched Omarion Worldwide (OWW), the official hub for all things Omarion: music, videos, original content and signature merchandise.
Omarion continues to expand his global reach as a triple-threat Entertainer and mega-star through his recent projects including a compelling docuseries; concert feature; live album and his highly anticipated project entitled, Passport written and produced by Spotify’s “Secret Genius” hitmaker James Fauntleroy.
But he hasn’t forsaken his music roots releasing his first full-length studio album on the OWW label, association with Warner Music Group’s distribution arm ADA. The project is Omarion’s first studio album since Sex Playlist which spawned the 4 x platinum hit, Post To Be. The album entitled, The Kinection, is the soundtrack to the highly anticipated docuseries of the same name featuring the behind the scenes exploits of the iconic B2K reunion and mega successful Millennium Tour 2019. The album includes features from T Pain, Wale, Busy Signal and GhostFace Killah and multi Grammy winning, hitmaker contributions from James Fauntleroy, T Pain, Anderson Paak and Smash David to name a few. Omarion also made a point of commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa race massacre and connected with Lalah Hathaway and Kierra Sheard for a moving musical tribute and video called We Will Never Forget. The song, written and produced by Grammy-winning producer Gregory Curtis Sr., details the tragic event and is the featured track in LeBron James’ Dreamland: The Burning of Black Wall Street documentary, which premiered on CNN.
Recently hailed by his fans as the “King of Unbothered”, when he chose not to react negatively amid news of his complex family situation, Omarion expressed being honored for the accolade, "I feel very blessed to, at this time in my life, to be an inspiration for people and motivate a certain type of character."
On stage, the pop icon continues to electrify audiences worldwide with his charismatic energy and signature dance moves. Following the phenomenal success of his 2019 Millennium Tour with his band mates B2K, Omarion commemorated his 20 years in the entertainment industry by headlining The Millennium Tour 2020. The global pandemic postponed the tour; however, it is set to resume October 2021. Omarion will be joined by his FaceOff counterpart Bow Wow, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky, Soulja Boy, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, and Sammie.