Omar Apollo visits SiriusXM Studios on May 09, 2024 in New York City. Source: Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

A New Album Is Coming From Omar Apollo Featuring Everyone's Favorite 'Zaddy'

Emell Adolphus READ TIME: 2 MIN.

Omar Apollo is about to bless us with new music, and he is reportedly bringing along a few special friends.

As reported by Rolling Stone, Apollo's sophomore album, titled "God Said No," is set for a Pride Month release and will feature Mustafa and none other than the No. 1 zombie zaddy himself, Pedro Pascal.

"This album is a reflection of my life for the past 2 years and I'm happy to finally present it to you," Apollo announced on in an Instagram caption.

Along with the album's cover art, Apollo also revealed its trackless, which curiously features a song called "Pedro," along with other songs called "Spite," "Life's Unfair," and "Against Me."

It all sounds like Apollo's signature insightful lyrics. And the lead single off the album, called "Dispose of Me," is scheduled to premiere May 16.

It's been two years since Apollo's last LP, "Ivory," and fans are hungry for more.

Rolling Stone reports that Apollo wrote most of the album in London at the Abbey Road Studios with collaborators Teo Halm, Carter Lang, and Blake Slatkin.

"It was really no breaks. It was cool to get into that state of mind where everything is about making music we both love and connect to," Apollo told Rolling Stone last month. "The album doesn't feel like it's a bunch of songs put together. It's a sequence that is made to be listened to front to back. That's what I love about it. The songs, the writing, the narrative, everything about it is just from someone who has progressed in music. You can just tell."

For this project, Apollo counts Kate Bush, Giorgio Moroder, Labi Siffre, Jeff Buckley, Lana Del Rey, and Beyoncé among his influences, and we can't wait.

by Emell Adolphus

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