Omarion is exploring his artistry in a more profound route. Releasing a tribute cover song ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ originated by The Beatles, the Grammy-Nominated R&B sensation took it to new heights.
The original song exemplified different instruments which harnessed the sounds into a more melodic, Rock type of feel – whereas Omarion, who made two versions of the record, incorporated a more relaxed and soothing type of instrumental on the soul version and for the ‘poppin’ version – acquired a Pop/Jazz feel to it.
Both of Omarion’s versions was produced by Grammy-Award Winning producer, Greg Curtis.
Omarion took to Instagram upon its release and credited Greg Curtis for his contribution. In the post, he stated:
“Hey world! First release of 2022! “With A Little Help From My Friends” #withalittlehelpfrommyfriends I had the honor along with @gregcurtissr of making not one but TWO renditions of this iconic Beatles song. A SoulMix & PoppinMix”
The original record was written by both Paul McCartney and the late John Lennon whereas Ringo Starr was the lead singer.
Omarion was featured on Summer Walker’s latest album “Still Over It” on a track titled ‘Screwin’ and released ‘EX’ which featured Soulja Boy and Bow Wow back in October 2021. In 2020, he released “The Kinetion” which featured ‘Goddess’ alongside Busy Signal and ‘Mutual’ featuring Wale.