A few weeks ago, Omarion, formerly of the teen group B2K and the patron-saint of pop-locking whilst making a bandana
, released an EP entitled Care Package 3. The first song is called "Netflix and Chill," so that should already tell you what vibe he was going for. Very laid back, while also a departure from classic R&B Omarion,
Care Package 3 blends strong vocals with lots of bass and lyrical bravado (“I’m MVP on my all day/Just might sell out the Barclay,” he sing-raps in “Ballin”).
The 8-song EP features verses and hooks from Rich Homie Quan, Kehlani, Problem, and BJ the Chicago Kid. All of the tracks sound like stand-alone singles — a good thing because Omarion deserves another hit other than "Post to Be," which, if we're honest, popped off because of Jhené Aiko's now-infamous "grocery" line
Some of my favorites are "Game Over," "Ballin," and "Lit," but I’d definitely recommend you listen to the whole project; it’s really good, particularly for an EP. Check it out