Omega The Poet recently left a big impression with the release of his latest single  “Anywhere You Want To Go.” Omega, who rose to prominence in 2017 when releasing his highly anticipated debut EP “The Kamasutra,” is now conquering yet another promising milestone.

In his latest venture, the Charleston-born rapper, demonstrates a lyrical ability that outpaces his peers in his city’s leftfield scene. Omega’s work is heavily inspired by Lupe Fiasco’s “Paris, Tokyo” and Mick Jenkins’ song “Your Love”. The Neo-Soul/Alternative recording artist has used this track as an empty canvas, to unleash his thoughts and emotions.

Love can be challenging sometimes, but it’s also rewarding. Omega’s experience is here to remind us that everyone goes through rough patches in life. The important thing is to stand strong, while waiting for the storm to pass.

Omega’s latest hit is available for streaming on Soundcloud:

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