Omaur Bliss released his self-titled debut in 2005 and has been a prominent artist in the upper Midwest music scene ever since. At the time, Minneapolis Music Journalist Chris Riemschneider described Bliss as the male version of Lauryn Hill due to his soulful singing and rapping talents. Like the different internet applications, Omaur Bliss's music has undergone an evolution. If you had to measure Bliss's evolution as an artist, you can start by comparing internet applications from the first application to what will become 3.0. Intense interaction is what true Bliss fans have grown to expect that from the pure Renaissance man.