Nigerian contemporary singer Brymo is the talk of the town at the moment ever since photos of him surfaced online spotting a g-string while playing the piano in public.
The talented singer and lyricist bringing life to Nigerian music rocked an ancient pant (likened to a G-String) reminiscent of what was worn in ‘Gods Must Be Crazy’ movie. The singer walked boldly on set in Lagos, scantily-clad while he sang and played his tune from a piano.
His latest song, Heya is enjoying positive comments on social media with his fans hoping this could be his year.
Olawale Ashimi (who prefers to be called Olawale Olofo’ro; born 9 May 1986 better known as Brymo, is also a songwriter and composer.
He started recording music in 1999, while in secondary school. He signed a record deal with Chocolate City in 2010, but breached his contractual agreement with the label in 2013.
Brymo released his debut studio album, Brymstone, in 2007. His second studio album, TheSonOfaKapenta, was released in 2012. It was supported by the singles “Ara” and “Good Morning”. Brymo’s third studio album, Merchants, Dealers & Slaves, was released on 20 October 2013.
It received generally positive reviews from music critics and was preceded by two singles: “Down” and “Eko”. Tabula Rasa was released as the singer’s fourth studio album on 30 October 2014.
Brymo finally dropped his sixth studio Album he titled this “Oṣó” the Album was released as a follow-up to his widely acclaimed 2016 “Klĭtôrĭs” album. The Album features 11 complete tracks
From the rhythmic “No Be Me”, the reflective “God is In Your Mind” inspired by the work of a Ghanaian fine artist; where Brymo brought his vocal prowess accompanied by strong guitar-riff by David Ubani, and to the soulful “Bá’núsọ”; OṢÓ is Brymo embracing his destiny as Africa’s leading figure in the arts!
See the tracklist below
Brymo – No Be Me
Brymo – Mama
Brymo – Heya!
Brymo – Patience and Goodluck
Brymo – God Is in Your Mind
Brymo – Time Is so Kind
Brymo – Entropy
Brymo – Money Launderers and Heart Breakers
Brymo – Ọlánrewájú
Brymo – Olúmọ
Brymo – Bá’núsọ