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Omarion Reveals Why He Left Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group



Omarion Speaks On Why He Left Maybach Music: "He Could Have Lent More Of A Hand"

Omarion Speaks On Why He Left Maybach Music: “He Could Have Lent More Of A Hand”

Omarion signed a deal with Rozay’s Maybach Music Group back in 2012 but nothing really happened. In a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, he shared why the deal went south.

“I was under the impression at the time of Maybach Music’s inception, you know, what it is that I contributed to his business. And I feel like on that level he respects me, you know he has to respect me,” Omarion said.

He continued, “But as far as personally, it’s all good, Rozay is one of the funniest persons to come across. So if I see him, salute, you know what I mean? But he showed me some things so because he showed me things, even though, he could have helped more.”

Omarion said Rick Ross did not give him all the support he needed as an artist.

“He could have lent more of a hand and what he was maybe portraying to be. But I appreciate the experience man. I had so much fun over at Maybach Music and making that music at that time and being able to create a alias Maybach O to feel a part of something that was truly outside of my culture and outside of myself.”

Omarion is an R&B singer, actor, and dancer, best known as the lead singer of the boy band B2K. The group achieved success in the early 2000s with singles such as “Gots ta Be”, “Uh Huh”, “Girlfriend” and the number-one success “Bump, Bump, Bump”.

After the group disbanded in 2004, Omarion embarked on a solo career which led to the release of his debut album, O in 2005. The album debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 chart and that same year he was featured on the Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit “Let Me Hold You”. O received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Contemporary R&B Album at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards.

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