Brymo Signs International Recording & Distribution Deal, Set To Drop New Album

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Singing sensation, Brymo has secured an international recording and distribution deal with US based music company, Tate Music Music Group.

ERAVE can authoritatively report that the deal which puts the ‘1 Pound’ crooner on the list of Nigerian entertainers with international record deals was inked on Tuesday, March 31, 2015.

The agreement signed by Brymo with Tate Music Group is a territorial deal which covers only the United States of America. This implies that Brymo’s songs in digital and physical form can be purchased in music stores across the US. The contractual agreement also gives Brymo the room to sign other recording deals with music labels in other parts of the world outside the US.

Speaking with ERAVE through his manager, Lanre Lawal, Brymo said he opted to keep mum about the deal because it was pointless going public. “I decided not to say anything until now because I prefer to allow the work speak for itself rather than making noise that is pointless. I decided to let the fans know about it now that our first major project which is my new album is set for release.”

Also, Brymo is set to release his first international album under the Tate Music Group imprint. Titled ‘Trance’, the 8- track vinyl features selected songs from Brymo’s last two albums; Merchant, Dealers & Slaves and Tabula Rasa.

On why he chose to release his first international album with previously released singles, Brymo said, “we picked songs from those albums because we wanted to release materials that meets the standards of the international radio and market. We also believe fans need to listen to songs from the already released albums.”

See the album cover of ‘Trance’ below.



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