Omar Kadir, Utilizing All My Talents

Pass Thru Without GOLDMVN

Omar Kadir is a straight-minded music artist who is much more than what he may seem. His business partner/music producer, megaMIKE, and himself are the industry’s ultimate package of entertainment. Both are able to plan in the background in order to explode their talents in the foreground. A self-taught dancer of fifteen years specializing in popping and locking, Omar has opened and performed with the likes of Ray J, Zion-I, Devin the Dude, Souls of Mischief, KRS-One, Andre Nickatina, and showcased at Los Angeles’ Kodak Theatre. Touring nationwide competitions of the underground B-Boy and Funkstyles scene as a member of Flex Flav/Zulu Kings and TIKTAKTIX Crew, he made his way into the top 50 dancers in the Los Angeles Division of Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 2.

Currently he is pursuing the expansion and growth of his music career utilizing all forms of his talents. With the release of his latest single on virtually every online retailer entitled “Pass Thru,” Omar continues to push forward by growing and engaging his online social reach. From Vine, Instagram, YouTube, and Soundcloud, Omar has a combined online audience of nearly 500K followers and subscribers.

With the guidance from his management team, support of his business partner, megaMIKE, strong focus, and amazing dedication to his goals, Omar prepares to expand his fan base in 2015 by the strategic release of one new single per month; which means a consistent flow of content for his dedicated fans. Omar is continuing to build his wealth of knowledge. He carries a strong entrepreneurial spirit throughout the entertainment industry branching into all aspects where his talents deem to be of need. It’s an undeniable fact that Omar’s contributions to the industry will leave an everlasting imprint to the future of the entertainment field.

Official website: www.watchomar.com
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/omarkadir

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