Brymo Prefers Hell Over Signing with Wizkid, Burna Boy, or Davido: Clarifies Controversial Statement

Singer Brymo Addresses Comments Made in Interview, Insists on Creative Independence

Renowned Nigerian singer and songwriter Brymo has stirred controversy with his recent comments about preferring hell over signing with fellow afrobeat artists Wizkid, Burna Boy, or Davido. In an interview on Curiosity Made Me Ask, Brymo delved into various aspects of his music career, including his stance on collaborations and record label affiliations.

During the interview, Brymo’s host, Isbaeu, recounted a past incident where the artist arrived late for an event and instead of offering an apology, made a crude comment directed at his fans. Isbaeu then posed a question, asking Brymo if he would consider signing with Wizkid, Davido, or Burna Boy’s record label as a way of apologizing to Nigerians and proving that he has changed.

In response, Brymo made a bold statement, expressing that he would rather go to hell than sign with any of the mentioned artists’ record labels. He clarified that his comment was meant as a humorous remark and stressed that it was the only time he had made such a statement.

Addressing the ongoing discussion surrounding his statement, Brymo expressed concern that the matter continues to be a topic of conversation even after three years. He emphasized that creative independence and staying true to his artistic vision are paramount to him.

Watch the interview below:

Brymo’s remarks have sparked discussions among fans and the music community, highlighting the complexities of artistic expression and individuality within the Nigerian music industry. Despite the controversy, Brymo remains steadfast in his commitment to artistic integrity and autonomy in his musical journey.

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