Omah Lay, born Stanley Omah Didia, is a talented Nigerian singer-songwriter and music producer. He broke into the Nigerian music scene in 2020 with his debut EP “Get Layd,” featuring hits like “Bad Influence” and “You.” His unique sound, which blends Afrobeat, Highlife, and soul, has made him one of the most exciting new talents in the African music industry.
|Birthday||May 19, 1997|
|Birthplace||Port Harcourt, Nigeria|
|Age||26 years old|
|Profession||Singer, Songwriter, Music Producer|
|Known For||“Get Layd” EP|
|Height||5’9″ (1.75 m)|
Born on May 19, 1997, in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Omah Lay comes from a musical family. His grandfather was a percussionist for the legendary Highlife musician Celestine Ukwu, and his father played the drums. Despite these influences, Omah Lay didn’t immediately venture into music. He started as a music producer in Port Harcourt but decided to express himself more directly through singing and songwriting, which led to his breakout in 2020.
Omah Lay’s music has quickly gained both national and international recognition. His debut EP “Get Layd” became the most-streamed Nigerian album on digital platforms like Apple Music and Audiomack in 2020. He won the Next Rated award at the 14th Headies in Nigeria, a highly coveted award for the most promising act in the Nigerian music scene.
Omah Lay prefers to keep his personal life and family away from the public eye, but he has publicly acknowledged the influence of his grandfather and father on his musical journey.
Omah Lay has worked with numerous artists in the music industry. He collaborated with American singer 6lack on the remix of his hit single, “Damn.” He also featured on the song “Pami,” along with Nigerian artists WizKid and Adekunle Gold.
Estimated Net Worth
As of 2023, Omah Lay’s estimated net worth is around $600,000, earned primarily through his successful music career.
Omah Lay continues to make waves in the music industry with his unique sound and lyrical prowess. His meteoric rise in the space of a few years is a testament to his talent and the broad appeal of his music.