It’s that new Omar S joint - better put on your dancing shoes. After the 1992 EP saw Detroit’s Very Own making a wee foray into ghettotech, Pull Ovaa has Omar S returning to his well-worn house style. This is a set of shuffling delights, the sort of tunes that will brighten up any party. Pull Ovaa’s title track is a tough jacked jam, ‘Better Believe It Baby’ grooves deep while showing off just a hint of 90’s R ‘n’ B in its keyboard line, and ‘Catch Ya’ places a soulful vocal front and centre.
New Omar S