Saturday, 24 September 2016

We Invested Over 20M on Brymo and Got Less Than 3M Back- Chocolate City

The Chocolate City Entertainment Company has said it invested almost N20 million on its former artiste, Ashimi Olawale Ibrahim (popularly known as Brymo), but failed to recoup up to N3 million according to court documents made available to PREMIUM TIMES.
The music label and singer have been embroiled in a legal tussle since 2013 over allegations of breach of contract.
Brymo left Chocolate City in 2013 shortly after the release of Son of A Carpenter, his debut album on the label, accusing the company of failing to promote the record.
The music company, on the other hand, said the artiste breached a five-year contract that required him to release three albums between 2011 and 2016.