Singer Brymo blasts his critics, says he is not underrated in the industry

Singer Brymo blasts his critics, says he is not underrated in the industry

- Popular and talented Nigerian singer, Brymo Olawale, who is known for keeping a relatively low profile on social media, has a word for his critics

- The Banu So crooner blasted his detractors who think he is underrated

- Brymo said that he is not underrated but that influencers are retarded

- The singer also reiterated that he is an independent singer and not signed to anybody

The Nigerian entertainment industry can sometimes be a very dicey one especially for musicians who have to constantly navigate and study the market before deciding on what song to put out.

While a number of music lovers’ clamour for meaningful lyrics, a number of them seem to prefer fast-paced and also meaningless songs. This is obvious on how the latter is patronised more than the former.

One of the talented musicians in the country who is prided with his meaningful works of art, Brymo Olawale, recently took to social media via his Twitter page to put his critics in their place.

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The Banu So crooner who keeps a relatively low profile on social media, seems to have had his feathers ruffled as he blasted critics in a Twitter rant.

According to Brymo, he is not an underrated artiste and the influencers on social media are actually the retarded ones.

See the tweet below:

In another tweet, the singer also said that people wonder how he is able to do so much with so little. He then added that he has not even done anything yet.

He wrote:

Obviously not done yet, Brymo said that someone is bent on listing him as a signed artiste on Wikipedia. He then openly debunked the claim and said that he is an independent artiste.

See his tweet below:


In other news, reported that Nigerian rapper, Olamide, has joined the league of stars with international deals.

The ‘local rapper’ as he is sometimes called just joined Empire record label and shared photos from the contract signing on his Instagram page.

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The world is evolving fast especially in the Nigerian entertainment industry. The industry is now so competitive that nobody is lagging behind as they all make big moves to push their career further.

These days, there has been an increase of Nigerian talents getting juicy deals with international record labels.

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