Singer talks about music business, life after Chocolate City in interview [Video]


Addressing the state of the Nigerian music industry, the singer said it is being run more in an entrepreneurial manner than as an organization.

Brymo in a recent interview talks about how he started out with music, life after Chocolate City and more.
The talented singer explained how he composed his first chorus when he was just four years old, saying it was awful.
He speaks of his love for the arts against the wishes of his folks, how he started a music group, which later got disbanded.
The singer talks about recording a demo, how a boss of his producer heard the producer playing it and offered to sign him up.
He addressed the structure of the music industry, saying it is being run more in an entrepreneurial way than an organization.
Speaking of his brand after leaving Chocolate City, he said he is standing strong, and everything is picking up, with opportunities finding him with the help of his producer and girlfriend.
He also talked about possibly working with Asa when the host mentioned that his style of music has been compared to the singer’s by fans.
Brymo also addressed the controversy
» surrounding his response to a student who asked him for tuition fees on social media, amongst other interesting pieces of information worthy of note.


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