Brymo Reveals He Was Never Paid For Oleku – I Was A Fool
Artist, Brymo, has uncovered he was never paid as far as concerns him in Oleku, a melody possessed by previous mark mate, Ice Prince.
The ‘Alajo Somolu’ crooner, who talked with Sahara TV, said he was never paid by his then mark, Chocolate City for the melody.
“Keep in mind Oleku right? I got no honor for it. I was a bonehead, there was no agreement”.
Talking further, he said, as around then, he was so down and out, he fundamentally lived off M.I another ex-mark mae, who happens to be the president of Chocolate City now.
“Oleku was an expert bono work for Chocolate City. I felt possibly in light of the fact that I didn’t have an agreement and I was new, it was my time for testing. So I marked an agreement in April 2011 yet nothing changed. The mark didn’t give cash to forthright venture recordings.
“However, there’s dependably an exit from that. There are different artists on the mark. MI was the first to explode and he had gotten a spot. In that period, I was dependably at MI’s place.”
“On account of the record mark, the agreement and the court order, it’s a show of disgrace. Individuals will dependably grin at you when you do what they need. I was not in court when the order was given. In the event that that is the manner by which it is done in law, then we ought to scrap the whole constitution.
“Luckily, it didn’t keep going long. In the long run they expelled it. Their point was to keep me from putting out my ‘Shipper, Dealers and Slaves’ collection.
“No one will like it on the off chance that I retreat to Chocolate City. Certain things can never be truly retouched. You simply need to go your different ways. I’ve had more peace in the most recent couple of years”.