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Xavier Omar

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📸 by: @reelhumn Front row, hands up, vibin’ out 🙆‍♀️

December 2017, I attended Xavier Omar’s Dallas show. I really enjoyed this experience. I came to Club Dada alone but I ended up meeting a group of awesome people that also showed up by themselves. We ended up waiting in line together. Christa and Sierra are some of the sweetest girls I’ve ever met,  you would have thought we had known each other all our lives; strangers just tend to vibe a little better-in my opinion.  It was a genuine meet and conversation, specifically about our love for music,  aspirations and how we end up attending concerts alone.

Sierra (to the left) majors in Public Relations. She aspires to be in music management or PR for a label.

Christa (to the right) runs a Dallas Food Blog (The Eats Blog) along with her friend. She is also passionate about music.

Exactly! What are the odds of us standing in line together and vibing out all night? When you really think about it, our lives are already set & everything we’re going to do, who we’re going to meet & how far we’re all going to go is already made up for us-its just up to us to walk in it & allow the universe to guide us along the way. So I’m not surprised by how we met nor what will come of it later on.

Last night’s performance is continuous reassurance to eliminate fear & self-doubt. Xavier's performances are always dope but he made it clear he wanted to start speaking to the audience more about life’s lessons. Before I started recording he started out discussing how he was making ends meet, helping his family out & working fast food for 3 years until he could pursue his own dreams. He mentioned how #Starbucks never called him back for an interview & now they’re contacting him for rights to play his music in their stores. Lol ( Nahhh fam) For me, its straight up inspiration to do what you have to do now to get where you were destined to be later. It’s bigger than music; it’s more about what it brings out of you. Playing life safe & being afraid to fail did not gain him the success he has so far. “Eliminate Safety & Start to believe in your Purpose” #strangersvibebetta  #tothetheblog

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Xavier’s performance was reassurance to eliminate fear & self-doubt for me. His performances are always dope but he made it clear he wanted to start speaking to the audience more about life lessons. Before I started recording him he started out discussing how he was making ends meet, helping his family out & working fast food for 3 years-until he could pursue his own dreams. He mentioned how Starbucks never called him back for an interview & now they’re contacting him for rights to play his music in their stores. For me, its just motiviation to do what you have to do now to get where you are destined to be later. It’s bigger than music; it’s more about what it brings out of you. Playing life safe & being afraid to fail did not gain him the success he has so far.

“Eliminate Safety & Start to believe in your Purpose”

That stuck with me and set the tone for the rest of the night.

One Comment

  • Tresa Lewis

    His story would be helpful to all artist trying to follow that dream. I’m glad you’re shining a light on it.

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