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Entertainment of Saturday, 16 May 2020

Source: MyNigeria

Brymo gains acceptance in UK, Canada, Ghana, and others

Brymo's music has begun to garner global acceptance.

This can be linked to the phenomenal success of his seventh studio album, Yellow, last month.

Yellow is a follow up to his live album, "Brymo Live! at Terra Kulture Arena (2019)."

Described by Brymo as an album about "love and survival", Yellow is an alternative pop record that incorporates elements of electronic music, MyNigeria.com earlier reported.

At the moment, the US, Ghana, the UK, and Canada are the 2nd-5th places where the singer is being streamed the most. Number one spot is still held down by Nigeria.

An appreciative Brymo had this to tweet:

"The US, Ghana, The UK, and Canada in that order are the 2nd-5th places where I’m being streamed the most... At the moment the home crowd continues to outplay everyone.... thank you for tuning in guys, I love you all..."



Indeed, Yellow has turned heads.

The album spans three sides and contains a sole feature from Nigerian singer Lindsey Abudei. It was initially meant to comprise 17 songs but due to technical issues, two songs were omitted from the project.

Yellow was supported by the previously released single "Strippers + White Line".

So far, the 34-year-old has received several accolades for such a fulfilling album.

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