Albums must stop selling for N150,’ says Brymo
Nigerian singer, songwriter and composer, Olawale Ashimi, better known as Brymo has expressed satisfaction with the reception of his “Klitoris” album. He also noted that the market has been good, and he’s happy about it.
In a chat with newsmen, Brymo believes though it’s good to expand your music across the shores, the international market is not really ours to chase, instead major attention should be directed to home.
On the Chocolate City Music departure, the singer says it has been a learning experience for him “Everything is really in the past, so you won’t want to repeat the patterns that got you to that point ever again, you want to be free from that experience and use the lesson you learnt from it, so that’s what I’m pretty much doing.”
Brymo however, believes that the current selling cost of #150 per an album should be reviewed.