Sensational Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Stanley Omah Didia, widely known in the scene as Omah Lay has proclaimed himself one of the hardest musicians ever to emerge from Africa.
According to the singer, he realized that he is one of the best in the African music scene after recording and listening to new album dubbed “Boy Alone”.
Omah May recently released his long-awaited album dubbed “Boy Alone”. The potential hit album 14-track album featuring American singer Justin Bieber and Nigerian artist Tay Iwar.
The talented singer released his debut album after the conclusion of his previous double extended plays, “What Have We Done?” and “Get Layd.”
Well, in a tweet, Omah Lay while narrating some of the depressing moments he faced on the road to the release of the album indicated that he has realized that he is one of the best musicians in Africa.
He wrote; I felt like I lost it until After I finished recording Boy Alone, I listened to myself and realized I’m one of the hardest shittt African music have ever seen!!
I felt like I lost it until After I finished recording Boy Alone, I listened to myself and realized I’m one of the hardest shittt African music have ever seen!!
— Omah Lay (@Omah_Lay) July 18, 2022
This comes after Omah Lay addressed his fans in a latest video, lamenting about the tragedies he has been facing in his life for some months now.
In the video, the “Godly” hitmaker revealed that he has been facing a lot of depressing conditions and tragedies in his life in recent times in his life.
He revealed that he has lost a lot of friends and families because of this deteriorating issues he is facing in his life but some people stood by him during these hard times of his life.
“I have been going through so much in my life for the past couple of months but there is just these people who have just stayed with me, who didn’t let go. I lost a lot of friends and family people I thought were my blood”, he said.
Omah Lay also promised to love all those who have shown him great love for his music and his personality until he finally departs from the surface of the earth.