Luck is often defined as the combination of preparation and opportunity. Within the music industry, this definition may ring true for many artists, but there is one issue with it. It’s often clear when that opportunity may come around for many artists. Titty Boi had to prepare and reinvent himself as 2 Chainz before he achieved mainstream success as a solo artist. Muni Long had to hop from label to label and make her name as a songwriter before “Hrs & Hrs” took off. Not to be forgotten, Griselda suffered a number of setbacks in and out of the industry before their music took off in the late 2010s. Down in Atlanta, Omerettà had her fair share of ups and downs before “Sorry Not Sorry” went viral. Fortunately, she was more than prepared with music when the time came.
Omerettà The Great has been working hard to make sure that fans know more than “Sorry Not Sorry.” Over the last eight months, she’s delivered freestyle after freestyle while also collaborating with Latto, Maya B and many others. Most recently, she stopped by Hot 97 to deliver her first freestyle with Funkmaster Flex. Having laid the foundation for what is to come, the Atlanta native has delivered a new EP called Emotional Gangsta. The eight-track project features Key Glock and Tink.
“Wow y’all, it’s really that time. I haven’t dropped a project in [four] years. I’m nervous, but I’m so excited [because] this bih hitting,” she wrote on Instagram.
“I really have a hard time opening up, but y’all [are] [about] to get to know me a lil’ more on this EP.”