What a charmer! “Cheerleader” singer OMI, whose debut album, Me 4 U, is out Oct. 16, shared his top love tracks exclusively with Us Weekly. See the full playlist below to find out which songs cheer Us up!
“A Change Is Gonna Come” by Sam Cooke: “I have always been a big fan of Sam Cooke but I especially like this song because it feels like a conversation with a melody. There’s something about the ’60s sound that makes this song amazing.”
“Unforgettable” by Nat King Cole: “Nobody could sing a love song like Nat King Cole. This song reminds me of how simple words can make a woman feel special. It doesn’t have to be a complex, over-the-top production.”
“You Are Not Alone” by Michael Jackson: “Even though it may be about a lost love, this song is still uplifting in its own way. Michael Jackson is the true King of Pop. Need I say more?”
“I Want to Know What Love Is” by Foreigner: “My brother and I used to be in a contest to see who could sing this song better. Guess who won!”
“All My Life” by K-Ci & JoJo: “Not only is this one of the most classic love songs of its time, but I really think they were the best duet as well. This brings me back to my high school days!”
“Ordinary People” by John Legend: “This is one of the first songs I ever sang when I started to sing. It’s such a beautiful song and a great reminder that not every relationship is perfect.”
“Turn Your Lights Down Low” by Bob Marley & The Wailers: “Bob Marley is a legendary musician and performer. I love the composure on this track. It’s very sensual without trying too hard. It’s perfect to help you get in the mood.”
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