MC, musician, DJ, educator--Omaur Bliss released his self-titled debut album in 2005, and has been a prominent artist and performer ever since. In recent years, Omaur Bliss has undergone an evolution, becoming a "Master of Ceremonies" in all aspects. Whether DJing a high-energy dance party, leading a relaxed yoga event, or hosting an elegant gala, Omaur Bliss has emerged as a performer who can connect, energize, and move crowds of any genre and age.
Omaur has consistently entertained and impressed audiences, and critics alike. Chris Riemschneider of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune has described Bliss as "...a male version of Lauryn Hill" due to Omaur's soulful singing and rapping talents. Steve McPherson, music editor at Pulse Weekly, calls Bliss' musical approach "all-encompassing...[incorporating] new soul, hip-hop and elements of jazz." L'Etoile Magazine said: "The laid-back rhythms of Omaur Bliss (recalling the steady flow of early Digable Planets and Tribe Called Quest) have been known to get even the most tepid of hipsters to shake around a little."