Don't count Omarion out. Ever since the singer linked up with Rick Ross' Maybach Music imprint in 2012, the 29-year-old has been on a mission to let the world know he's still a force to be reckoned with. Dropping the second installment to his "Care Package" series, "Care Package 2" earlier this month, Omarion has received an overwhelming response, something he tells Billboard's The Juice is a reflection of his hard work and musical growth.
"The first ‘Care Package' was me focusing on giving my fans music because they haven't heard from me in a long time other than ‘Self Made 2,' Omarion says. "I feel like the consistency [within my career] is happening now, so when people hear me, they understand the topics, melodies, music and sound. It embodies that special package and body of work that you put on to get into the mood."
Featuring collaborations with Nipsey Hussle, Audio Push and Casey Veggies, "Care Package 2" finds Omarion establishing more of personal connection with his listeners. The 29-year-old tackles subjects such as heartbreak through tracks as "Still Love Her" and temptation in "Too Much," which is also an acoustic record.