In the latest issue of Afrobeats Intelligence, Brymo talks freedom, crazy random parties & Yellow.

You do know that we are big fans of Joey’s work at MoreBranches. When he decided to launch his own weekly newsletter Afrobeats Intelligence, we didn’t hesitate to call it the new bible for navigating the African music ecosystem. Six issues in; including thrilling interviews featuring Asa, Lucas Jay, Oxlade and now, Brymo, it’s okay to conclude that you’re missing out on this premium content, that’s if you haven’t subscribed yet.

Following the release of Brymo’s 7th studio album ‘Yellow‘, the award-winning journalist joined the artist in his Lagos home as they go down memory lane even in the middle of the pandemic. If you have followed Brymo’s work over the years, you are familiar with his introdction into the industry from his days at Chocolate city, his reign as an afropop sensation, the legal battle between him and his former label and the reincarnation, the rebirth of a talented music scientist.

I’ve been privileged to see Brymo perform at small and large events in different cities. A friend of mine Toye, who is an Editor of a growing music and culture magazine based in Lagos introduced me to the artist at a night-out in Danfo bistro almost a year ago. Although the conversation didn’t last up to 30 minutes, it was enough to reveal another side of an intelligent and conscious enigma, the free spirited human that Brymo is.

The latest Afrobeats Intelligence is a comprehensive raw cut into his life, his ideologies and his music. It is definitely worth your time. Read here and don’t forget to subscribe.

Richard Ogundiya

Journalist & Techpreneur. Africa, communications and data.

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