Omeretta The Great scores a new record deal with Diddy and it looks like more music is on the way.
After the viral success of her controversial single, “Sorry Not Sorry,” the 25-year-old Atlanta rapper scored a new record deal with 300 Entertainment’s Spartan Distribution.
Omeretta took to Instagram to share the exciting news with her fans, with the soaring caption:
“HERE WE GO🤩✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️.”
In a recent press release, the head of Sparta Distribution Amir Abbassy praised the company’s new artist.
“Sparta is extremely excited and incredibly proud to announce our debut signee, Atlanta’s own Omeretta The Great. Omeretta is bold, unapologetic, and immensely talented,” Abbassy kicked off.
Amir then went on to tell how Omeretta was a great fit for their label.
“Her quick-wit and entrepreneurial spirit makes her the archetype for the artists Sparta was designed to champion.”
Omeretta also shared her excitement of the great news:
“The teams at Sparta Distribution and 300 Entertainment and, of course, Kevin Liles know the culture better than anybody,” she said in the press release.
“They are the perfect partners for me, and I’m excited to begin this next chapter together. I can’t wait for you to hear what we’ve got coming. Expect to see more Omeretta everywhere,” she said.
Meanwhile, the “Sorry Not Sorry” rapper is relishing the blissful moment of her fellow Atlanta rapper, Latto, bringing her out on stage during the last stop on her 777 tour in Atlanta. She took to Instagram to give a shoutout:
“This s*** was soooo LIT🔥🔥 I forever f*** with @latto777 cuz she ain’t have to bring me out on Her tour but she did❤️❤️❤️.”
The newly signed 300 Entertainment artist is still gaining backlash from her viral song that shook the nation, “Sorry Not Sorry”. Earlier this month, Metro Atlanta rapper Diiva responded to the controversial hit with a clap back. The “nawfside” rapper made it known she doesn’t take Omeretta’s lyrics too lightly when it comes to her city. Although Omeretta doesn’t call out specific rappers, she does call out those who are from certain areas outside of Atlanta who rep as Atlantans but are actually not native.