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sexist smooth southern fun

OK I love this style of music, and Omar has a great voice and the arrangements are very smooth. Now all he needs to do is work on his respect for women. If you can overlook that the title track is a demonstration of the kind of attitudes that men should have left in the 50's, then you'll have a good time with this. How come music like this only gets played on internet radio like chittlin circuit? Omar's music has a vibe lots would love if they ever got to hear it on mainstream radio...

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Genre: R&B/Soul

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One of the more prominent independent Southern soul artists of the 2000s and 2010s, Omar Cunningham is a singer with a smooth yet strong voice, as well as an accomplished songwriter. The native of Gadsden, Alabama established his career with the group Daybreak and went on to work with the disparate likes of Duice and Cameo prior to releasing his solo debut, Hell at the House (2003), which reached number 53 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Although that release was his commercial peak, Cunningham...
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