Omah Lay dropped his much-anticipated EP, Get Layd and it has been doing well on charts across the country. Ye Ye Ye is the last track on the EP produced by Andre.
Read the review below:
Andre made a very infectious instrumental with an unwavering guitar loop and a mild but groovy reggae drum pattern. This was a very unique reggae instrumental with a subtle rock influence making it harder than a regular reggae vibe but softer than dancehall. Omah Lay did justice to the instrumental with a smooth RnB-esque reggae delivery. With his smooth and unique vocals, he talks gruesomely about his sexual escapade with a lady as he glides through the beat with surreal melodies and a perfect hook to match.
PS: there's a free verse space at the end of the record for all you rappers and singers that would love to jump on it.