Omnia has been singing since the tender age of five and first picked up the acoustic guitar at the age of twelve. Equipped with a unique creative voice, she began writing music as a form of self-expression.

Her songs have touched on a wide variety of subjects including war, relationship abuse, culture, religion, love, loss, and the challenges of growing up. A New Yorker and child of an Italian mother and an Egyptian father, she has a unique view of the world that has greatly influences her songwriting. She has experimented with a wide range of styles, including acoustic rock, pop, blues, R&B, and world music, and is constantly experimenting with new sounds. Currently, she is attending the Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music at New York University, a prestigious program that only admits 28 students per year. An independent artist, she considers her music to be a grassroots movement with much room to grow.