Brymo’s constant wranglings with the law has not made him put a hold on his recording career. He has announced a new album.
Popular afro pop singer, Brymo, has announced the release of his his thrid studio album.
Despite being embroiled in controversy and an ongoing court case with his former recording label, Chocolate City, the singer has moved on and has began to put together materials for his next project, titled ‘Tabula Rasa’.
Although the singer is yet to share the release date for the album, he promised to make a good album to thrill his fans with love songs and ballads in a fusion of African folk and pop music.
‘Tabula Rasa’ will be Brymo’s second album after his controversial split with Chocolate City and his third studio album. His previous album, ‘Merchants, Dealers and Slaves’, released in 2013, has been hailed as the best Nigerian album yet.