Omarion Drops Empowering Single “The Usual” Ahead of Upcoming Album

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Omarion has unveiled his latest single, “The Usual,” a track that serves as a preview to his upcoming album, Full Circle: Sonic Book Two. Co-written with Milton “MilTone” Adams, the song explores themes of resilience and self-preservation as Omarion reflects on a toxic past relationship.

In “The Usual,” Omarion sings about protecting his peace from a former lover who resurfaces, seeking reconciliation only to repeat the cycle of departure. The lyrics convey a sense of empowerment, with Omarion rejecting advances, symbolized by the lines: “Yeah, I’m hitting delete / I don’t need your stress / Don’t need your energy / ‘Specially if you buzzed / Probably had too much.”

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This track follows the success of his lead single, “Taking Off,” featuring rising R&B artist BJRNCK. Both singles are part of Omarion’s upcoming album, Full Circle: Sonic Book Two, scheduled for release on December 15. Earlier this year, Omarion gained acclaim with Sonic Book 1, featuring standout tracks like “Big Vibez” and the chart-topping viral hit “Serious.”

In a statement, Omarion expressed the intent behind his music, aiming to inspire positivity and invoke a sense of empowerment in listeners. The upcoming album marks a full-circle moment for the artist, emphasizing vulnerability and personal growth.

Listen to “The Usual”.