‘Love Never Felt So Good’ by Omar Kamal

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Palestine born and bred, Omar Kamal, is a multifaceted and multi-talented musician winning hearts with his easy listening single, ‘Love Never Felt So Good’.

The singer and piano player is inspired by all walks of music including Frank Sinatra, the Arabic great, Mohammed Abdel Wahab, and even contemporary acts like The Weeknd. However, Michael Jackson fans will know the inspiration for ‘Love Never Felt So Good’ comes from the King of Pop himself.

Kamal’s track may be a cover, but he has expertly reworked the Michael Jackson classic as though  it was written for a smooth jazz audience. The slowed down tempo increases the emotion and depth of the lyrics as Omar lingers enticingly on the end of each line.

Relaxes listening doesn’t come much better than ‘Love Never Felt So Good’. It feels at home during a classy evening dinner or cocktail party, but equally takes all the chaos away on a stress-inducing train commute back home. It is easy to see why Omar Kamal’s music appeals to so many different audiences. He has even been referred to as the ‘Palestinian Michael Bublé’.

Omar’s soft and calming vocals at the beginning of the track lend themselves perfectly to the lyrics and subtext of the song, but Kamal really lets his voice roar during the final chorus displaying his extensive vocal capabilities, only adding to his supreme charm and allure.

Omar caught the eye of Sony music middle after arranging a local concert which led to him signing with the company in 2014; you should certainly be keeping your eye on Omar Kamal

‘Love Never Felt So Good’ will be released October 21st.

For lovers of: Michael Bublé, Harry Connick Jr., Jamie Cullum and Norah Jones

For more on Omar Kamal, check out his social media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/omarkamalglobal/?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/2370320

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