Is Pedro Pascal Really Appearing on Omar Apollo’s New Album?

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The 26-year-old musician has announced that his second studio album will drop on June 28 and will feature a few iconic guests.

In addition to announcing the album release date, Omar Apollo also dropped the first single, “Dispose of Me,” and shared a live performance of the track. But this isn’t just any video; it features a 14-piece ensemble surrounded by Omar’s closest friends and collaborators. It’s a must-watch!

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The album, titled God Said No, is produced by Warner Records and will feature 14 original tracks. According to the artist, actor Pedro Pascal and musician Mustafa will make guest appearances.

“This album is a reflection of my life for the past 2 years and I’m happy to finally present it to you,” he wrote.

Omar describes the album’s title as his take on the phrase “lo que será, será,” which means, “whatever will be, will be.” According to the album release, it embodies the album with Omar’s tongue-in-cheek humorous outlook on the suffering that comes from surrendering and accepting whatever is thrown at you by life, a relationship, or a lover.”

God Said No will be available to stream on June 28.

God Said No Tracklisting

1. “Be Careful With Me “
2. “Spite”
3. “Less of You”
4. “Done With You”
5. “Plane Trees” (feat. Mustafa)
6. “Drifting”
7. “Empty”
8. “Life’s Unfair”
9. “Against Me”
10. “While U Can”
11. “Dispose of Me”
12. “How”
13. “Pedro”
14. “Glow”

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