Brymo speaks about former record label, Chocolate City
The singer-songwriter revealed much about Chocolate City.
Nigerian sonic musician, Brymo addressed up about his old record label.
The singer-former songwriter’s label sued him for violating his contract when he left. Brymo revealed in a recent interview that he won the case against Chocolate City even though a court judgement was not granted.
After leaving the label, Brymo revealed in an interview with famed media personality Quincy Jonze that they have yet to pay him a penny in the form of royalties for his second studio album ‘Son of A Kapenta’, which includes smashing hits like as ‘Ara and Goodmorning’.
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This year, Brymo, who has been cast in Wole Soyinka’s upcoming “The King’s Horseman,” announced that he would also be releasing a musical collaboration with other artists.
During his lengthy interview, the divisive singer-songwriter also touched on the origins of his career, his music, and his family, among other things.
Watch the full interview below;