Olawale Ashimi, Nigerian songwriter and singer better known as Brymo, has come through with ‘Yellow’, his seventh studio album.
The gifted singer took to his social media page to announce the release of the 15-track project to his numerous fans.
— Ọláwálé Ọlọ́fọọ̀rọ̀ (@BrymOlawale) March 31, 2020
The project features several tracks including ‘Esprit De Corps’, ‘Blackmail’, ‘Ozymandias’, ‘Heartbreak Songs Are Better in English’ and ‘Strippers + White Lines / Smart Monkey’.
Others include ‘Without You’, ‘Woman’, ‘Black Man, Black Woman’, ‘Gambu’, ‘Rara Rira’, ‘Brain Gain’, ‘Adédọ̀tun’, ‘Ọ̀run n Móoru’ and ‘A F’èédú Fan’ná’.
Produced by MikkyMe Joses, Nsikak David and Lindsey Abudei, the album addresses several issues including love, heartbreak, socio-politics and mental health.
Born on 9 May 1986, Brymo has continued to pull the strings in the Nigerian music industry with series of projects.
In 2007, the singer released ‘Brymstone,’ his debut studio album, followed by ‘The Son of a Kapenta’ in 2012. Ever since then, he has been blazing the trail.
He, however, made headlines in December last year for adjudging himself as “Nigeria’s artiste of the decade” citing the impact of ‘Oleku,’ his hit song, on the country’s music landscape.
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