After a successful year in 2012, Brymo is back with a pace-setting, documentary style video for OMOGE CAMPUS- the second single since the release of the highly acclaimed #TheSonOfaKapenta release. Now this is a new twist to our everyday music videos.
Brymo today received a honorary award from Ten Strings Music Educational Foundation. He was voted to receive the MENTOR WORTHY honorary award by student’s of the foundation. During the presentation of his award, students performed his popular singles. Brymo also gave a word of advice to the students and answered their questions during the Q&A session.
Tenstrings Music Institute is registered with the Federal Government of Nigeria as a foundation with the mandate to promote music education and creativity amongst young people across the country. It has trained over 2000 persons in about five years. It is affiliated to The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) UK and British Council Nigeria.
The 9th Annual Channel O Music Video Awards was held at Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown, Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa on 17 November 2012. The awards were first held in 2003 under the name Reel Music Video Awards. Since 2005 the awards have been held annually.
This year’s awards hosted by Nigerian rapper, Ice Prince and Bonang Matheba was a promise fulfilled as the awards was filled with glitz and glamour with generously beautified atmosphere and a massive attendance of big names in African Music.
Chocolate City Artiste, Brymo, has released the album cover of his upcoming debut album “The Son Of A Kapenta”
The album will be released on line on the 15th of November, and will be available in stores from the 1st of December.
He promises that the album will be one you won’t forget in a hurry!
“We All Need Something” is a song written by BrymO in the wake of the loss, the violence and the financial instability wracking the country. The video was directed by Jassy Generation in Lagos, Nigeria.
BrymO highlights that as Nigerians we all need something, we can either focus on the past and our individual problems or we can redirect our attention to the present and work to provide for each other’s need. In togetherness, there is hope for life and a better future
Finally, some other Nigerian artists have been verified on twitter. If you are conversant with twitter, you will know that this is a very big feat. Ice Prince (@iceprincezamani), Brymo (@brymolawale), Jesse Jagz (@jessejagz) and Dencia (@IamDencia) have now joined the likes of D’banj, Nneka and Genevieve Nnaji as verified artists. From my own understanding, this means that they are recognized worldwide and can officially be called celebrities. Abi isnt that what this means?
Hopefully, this should be the beginning of bigger and better things to come as our African artists are gaining recognition.
When will Beegists be verified o!!!!