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Brymo Biography, Age, Net Worth, Education, Awards, Spouse, And Career

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Brymo is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and author. He started recording music in 1999 while in secondary school. He is the only child of a carpenter father and a petty trader mother. Here’s his Biography, Age, Net worth, Parents, Spouse, Religion, Occupation, Education, Awards, etc.

Brymo Biography, Age, Net Worth, Education, Awards, Spouse, And Career

Who is Brymo?

Olawale Ibrahim Ashimi is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and author. The R&B singer released his debut studio album Brymstone, in 2007. His second studio album The Son of a Kapenta was released in 2012.

Brymo

Full name: Olawale Ibrahim Ashimi Ọlọfọrọ

Date of birth: 9 May 1986

Age: 36

Place of birth: Okokomaiko, Lagos

State of origin: Lagos

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Nationality: Nigerian

Parents: Undisclosed

Education: Aganju Aka Primary School, Japual Primary School, and Lagos State University

Religion: Islam

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Net worth: $3.5 million

Occupation: singer, songwriter, and author.

Children: Brymo has a son who was born on 27 March 2015. On 12 November 2015, he uploaded pictures of his son onto his Instagram account for the first time.

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Awards: The Headies Award for Best Recording of the Year

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Books: Oriri’s Plight and Verses

Social media: [email protected]https://www.instagram.com/brymolawale/

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Brymo’s Albums are;

  • Brymstone (2007)
  • The Son of a Kapenta (2012)
  • Merchants, Dealers & Slaves (2013)
  • Tabula Rasa (2014)
  • Klĭtôrĭs (2016)
  • Oṣó (2018)
  • Yellow (2020)
  • “9 – Esan” (2021)
  • “9 – Harmattan & Winter” (2021)

In May 2013, the 36 years old announced on Twitter that he had left Chocolate City. Audu Maikori, who was the CEO of Chocolate City at the time, refuted his claims during a press conference at the label’s office in Lekki. Maikori said Brymo still had three years left on his contract and still needed to record two albums. Vanguard newspaper reported that during the press conference, Maikori said Ara nbe crooner committed an act of insubordination when he refused to remove an inappropriate picture he posted on Instagram.

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