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Sing (If You Want It)
- Label: Tru Thoughts
- Cat Number: TRUCD233
* + free album MP3 download.
|Lift Off||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Sing||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Be A Man (feat JC Bentley)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Kiss It Right||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Get It Together||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Your Mess||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|All For Me (feat Angie Stone)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|It's So...||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Gimme Sum (Rap Version)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Feeling You (feat Stevie Wonder)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Lay It Down (feat Estelle)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|I Want It||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Stylin (feat Angie Stone)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Ghana Emotion||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Dancing (feat Zed Bias)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Its So (Bob Sinclar Remix)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Your Mess (Mark de Clive Lowe Remix)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Sing (Tru Menace Jump Remix)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Sing (DJ Dodge Remix)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Lay It Down (Andre Loderman Remix)||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
A second coming for this classic soul album featuring Stevie Wonder, Estelle and more... Nominated for 2011's MOBO's!
Omar’s ‘Sing (If You Want It)’ album - featuring collaborators including Stevie Wonder, Estelle, Common and Angie Stone - will be re-released by Tru Thoughts on 18th July 2011 with the addition of two new bonus tracks (one of which, the Zed Bias collaboration “Dancing”, is currently riding high on the BBC 1Xtra playlist, and the other is a remix by Bob Sinclar, the multi-million selling producer behind the smash hit “Love Generation”).
Omar’s enviable career – which has seen him sell over half a million records - first started taking shape more than 20 years ago, when his debut single for indie label Kongo Dance made him a hot name on London’s underground. With “Sing (If You Want It)” Omar embarked on a new phase of his career, one designed to bring him directly to a wider public than ever before. With the sheer quality of the music, underpinned by the world’s finest on collaborations, the album’s hit potential was clear; now this reissue is set to bring it back into the limelight, and into the record collections of many old and new Omar fans around the world.