The singer-songwriter unveiled loads about his days together with his former document label, Chocolate Metropolis.
Nigerian sonic artist Ọlawale Ọlọfọrọ, popularly often known as Brymo, has opened up on some behind-the-scenes occasions together with his former document label.
It’s now not information that the singer-songwriter was taken to courtroom by his former label for breaching his contract after selecting to go away the label. Brymo, who in a number of interviews has made it identified that Chocolate Metropolis was not assembly up with the signed contract, therefore the rationale for leaving, additionally said in the newest interview that he gained the case towards the label regardless that a courtroom judgement was not given.
In a latest interview with ace media character Quincy Jonze, Brymo made it identified that even after leaving the label, the establishment has did not pay him a dime within the type of royalties for his second studio album ‘Son of A Kapenta’ that he recorded with them, which included smashing tunes like ‘Ara’ and ‘Goodmorning’.
Brymo, who has been confirmed to star in Wole Soyinka’s ‘The King’s Horseman’ film, slated to drop later this yr, additionally made it identified that he can be dropping a collaborative musical undertaking this yr as nicely.
The controversial singer-songwriter additionally spoke about early beginnings in his profession, his music, household and different attention-grabbing matters.
Watch the total interview beneath
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