NEWS: Brymo – “I Receive Royalties Weekly From Universal Records, New York”
Previous Chocolate City artiste; Brymo, has uncovered a remarkable move he made in 2005 that is as yet yielding him profits from a US music organization up till date.
The artist took to Twitter to uncover in 2005 he sent a demo to Universal Records in New York and because of that activity he is at present getting paid through his global financial balance. “In 05′ I sent a demo to Universal Records, New York. The bundle was come back to Lagos unopened in light of the fact that marks won’t gather spontaneous music… today I get sovereignties week by week from New York, with my own universal ledgers and cards… don’t give up!!!” he composed.
Brymo turned into a commonly recognized name in Nigerian music subsequent to including on Ice Prince’s 2011 beast hit; “Oleku.” The artist has 5 studio collections; “Oso,” “Klitoris,” “Child Of A Kapenta,” “Merchants, Merchants and Slave,” just as “Clean slate” as of now to his name and he is a noteworthy promoter of “good music” like Nigerians would state in the music business.
In ‘05 I sent out a demo to universal records, New York. The package was returned to Lagos unopened because labels would not accept unsolicited music.. today I receive royalties weekly from New York, with my own international bank accounts and cards..don’t give up!!!
— Ọláwálé Ọlọ́fọọ̀rọ̀ (@BrymOlawale) March 22, 2019