After penning hit singles for several mainstream artistes in the African music space, Oma Emina returns to the spotlight with summer anthem, “At The End”.
“At The End” is a beautiful Afro-pop song, with Caribbean influences, celebrating inclusive love, irrespective of race, class, sexuality and religion. The track serves as Oma’s first foray into Afropop and comes fresh off the heels of his first two singles, “Pieces” and Nothing At All”.
While “Pieces” marked Oma Emina’s formal introduction to the music scene, highlighting his signature style of sleek pop production and raw emotive lyrics, his subsequent releases, “Nothing at All” and now, “At the End,” showcase his ability to merge the most popular genres around the world including Electro-Pop, Dancehall and Afrobeats to create the perfect crossover confection.
“At The End” was written by Oma Emina, and it’s production was handled by East Sound. With his perfect blend of bravura vocals, razor sharp songwriting and intricate production, “At The End” is the summer anthem ready to take flight.