The variant Omicron re-launches the career of the singer Omarion
Indeed, Internet users are mistakenly writing Omarion instead of Omicron on Google, youtube and other social networks.
This 37-year-old Californian singer, whose real name is Omari Ishmael Grandberry, started his career in the 2000s. Former leader of the boyband B2K, The single Bump, Bump, Bump peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. This would prove to be the group’s last album, as they would disband in early 2004. He has released a dozen albums and mixtapes, with some hits like the aptly named “Distance”, a premonitory track released in 2017 whose video has accumulated more than 44 million views.
The singer Omarion has a lot of humour as he responds on social networks to people who make fun of the situation ” “I’m an artist, not a variant!” and “Know that if I pass me in the street, you do not need to isolate yourself for 5 days”.
With more than 120,000 views each, these two short videos have allowed Omarion to get his name out there again.