The singer-songwriter opened up on a collaboration with Adekunle Gold.
Nigerian sonic artist Ọlawale Ọlọfọrọ, popularly known as Brymo, has opened up on the planned collaboration that was in work with singer-songwriter Adekunle Gold.
The ace singer-songwriter, who is widely regarded as the king of alternative music, is known to operate solo, after years of constantly churning out classic musical projects with little or no features.
Speaking in an interview with popular media personality, Quincy Jonze, the father of one made it known that he was supposed to have a collaboration with award-winning singer, songwriter, and performer, Adekunle Gold, but for some unknown reasons, the collaboration didn’t happen.
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According to Brymo, Adekunle Gold approached him about collaborating, but he (Brymo) wanted to make an EP instead of just a single in order to make more money, which he guessed is why the collaboration did not happen.
Both acts are known for their niche music and it will be interesting to see them collaborate
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