Omari released debut album "Heal Jamaica, Heal The World"
Reggae gopel singer Omari
The album will be released on April 3, 2011. It will feature some of his well known hits, such as "Help', "Why" and "Jehoavah Guide Me".
Omari said the album has 17 tracks, some of which was produced by top producers like, Tony Kelly, Romeich and Ryan Mark.
"The album has been a long time in the making, years actually, but we finally made it with God's help". he said.Learn a Little More about Gospel reggae singer Omari
Born on February 3, 1980 in Kingston, Jamaica, his dynamic voice and peculiar gifting has paved many roads for him. A young, vibrant, passionate man, Omari's vision is to reach the lost youths of Jamaica and around the world.
A lover of music, Omari grew up listening to icons, such as Babyface, Donnie McClurkin and others. At the age of seventeen, he attended a youth gospel concert, where he was an invited guest.
Though he was a non-Christian, he felt compelled after having heard the gospel through one of his friends and received the Lord that night before his performance.
He also helped to pioneer one of Jamaica's first gospel-rap groups, "Rappaz for Christ" and is currently a member of Family Church on the Rock.
His vision is to be a true vessel of God, to minister healing to the youth of Jamaica and wherever in the world the Lord takes him. Wherever he goes, he endeavors to speak life to dead situations and to see the life of Christ come to those who are lost.
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