Port-Harcourt-based Afrobeats singer-songwriter H.O.M.A’s most recent visual release for “Angel Dust” single is a worthwhile out-of-body experience.
“Angel Dust” is an intensely rhythmic afro-fusion record, one that celebrates the exquisite physical qualities of H.O.M.A’s muse and the superhuman effects she has on him, hereby the reference to the highly addictive PCP drug.
A worthwhile, out-of-body experience with his muse during their initial encounter leaves H.O.M.A. in an instant state of eulogy on the second iteration of their journey together in the self-directed visuals.
The viable party anthem is hard-hitting and highly danceable with its intoxicating baseline being a significant highlight of the production, which owes credit to the incredible contribution from Killer Producer.
Watch the crisp visual for “Angel Dust” below.
H.O.M.A (pronounced Homa) is a singer-songwriter based in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. He began exploring his passion for songwriting at a young age and got hooked on making rhymes and melodies with lyrical content that evokes strong emotions. He cites fellow PH-bred singer, African GiantBurna Boy, as one of his early influences among many others like Allan Rayman and Jacob Banks, to name a few. He released his first-ever single in 2018 when he joined Black Federation, a talent development and management company in Port-Harcourt City, Nigeria. His sound has evolved over time. He possesses a wide range of delivery, from his Afrocentric deep vocals to sultry vocals.