According to Da’ Hammer, Omar Sterling dared to be different with a positive matured content. Da Hammer wrote, “If you’re looking for “follow the crowd” trending and phony music, this is not your album. This album changes everything. ‘S.E.D.W’ can only be described as a document labelled “classified.” My advice is for our young artists to quit abusing trending drills and rhythms, put on their “Rembrandt” hat and show us some art. Dare to be different.”
He also gave an honest review and a playlist recommendation of his favourite songs on the album.
He wrote that “A Mountain Full of Gold” gave the listener unlimited access to Omar’s mind. Da Hammer recommends that this song should be your album opener.
“Young, Wild and Free” is my favourite on the project. And frankly one of the biggest songs on the album in terms of production, in my opinion. This is a top-tier composition with a beautiful rap-to-chorus transition that is nothing short of soothing. I listened to this one the most times, I think.” He continued.
Other selected songs included C1 Boys (Community 1 Boys), Threading on Thin Ice, I’m Back, Kokonsa, Solid as Rock and Put On.
Omar Sterling released the 20 track album after a 2-year hiatus from the music scene. Same Earth Different Worlds features Efya, Kwesi Arthur, M.anifest and Mugeez.]]>