Reggae Recording Artist Omari Banks "Move On" Album Listed #4 on Popular German Riddim Magazine
Anguilla, West Indies (MPR Consulting) - Reggae recording artist Omari Banks is humbled and grateful to fans and music industry insiders for an amazing year culminating with Omari's "Move On" Album listed #4 on the top ten reggae albums of 2015 of the latest issue of popular prestigious German Riddim Magazine.
"It is humbling and the honor isn't lost of me. Every song has become a part of me, so to recognize my work, is to recognize my soul." stated Omari.
The artist's "Move On" album was also named in Kenya's Juiced Today magazine as Best of 2015 among other notable music piers. "I love Kenya, I can't wait to make my way to Africa. I know that touching and feeling the soil of the motherland will inspire me. Thank you to all my fans that have shown me love via social media, I hope to see you soon". - Omari
These honors round off an impressive year for Omari who is still reeling from his European tour as part of Grammy nominated Morgan Heritage "Strictly Roots European Tour", his role an one of Anguilla's ambassador at Toronto Fashion Week in Canada, and the recent cover of True Anguilla magazine. True ANGUILLA is a full-colour, complimentary guide to Anguilla that is freely distributed all over Anguilla and in neighboring St. Maarten/St. Martin. The compact, colourful, attractive and extremely practical magazine has been designed to be an essential guide to the island.
"To keep saying that I am thankful is an understatement, but I have to repeat it. I have lots in store for the new year. New music, more shows and a few surprises. Thank you to everyone who has embarked on this musical journey with me, from the bloggers, to fans, my team to the media, thank you for validating my calling" - Omari Banks
View Omari's latest performances, videos, interviews and more www.OmariBanks.com/videos