Xavier Omär dropped a new tape this morning, entitled The Everlasting Wave. A 26 year old hip-hop and R&B artist originally from Texas, Omär is changing the music game. Not only that, he is gaining international attention for his new style, performing at Afropunk and touring around Europe this past year. Previously known as SPZRKT, he’s appeared on tracks with Noname, Masego and Mick Jenkins. Omär also collaborated with Sango on Hours Spent Loving You, which came out in June 2016.
Tracks “Blind Man” and “Grown Woman” off the album have already been released, and are odes to how fantastic women are, deviating from a large portion of mainstream R&B. He explores relationships, the power and strength of women, and self-love in these songs, and it seems this album will stay in line with the same themes.
In an Instagram photo posted three days ago, Omär hinted more about the content of the tape writing, “When You battled through depression and self hate to now joy & self love ya / And project bout to drop And they ask you how you feel.” Staying with the theme of men in hip-hop opening up about mental illness and talking about important issues, this is going to feature some dope records.
Omär’s tape is available on iTunes and Spotify.
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