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What’s the Deal with Brymo Since his Legal Battle with his Ex-Label?

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I recently read an interview where Brymo’s ex-label Chocolate City says he is more than welcome to return.  As you all know, Brymo was involved in a major contract dispute with his ex-label when he walked out on his valid contract. He went on national television and admitted he walked out and frankly, did not give a legitimate reason for doing so. Shortly after, the label sued him. I liked that his ex-label held his feet to the fire and said you have to honor your contract.  My support of the label’s position is not unique to the artist Brymo. Any artist that walks out on his/her contract gets no love from me.

You are messing up the ecosystem for everyone else and investors and banks can’t take the industry seriously when you do that.  Honor your contracts and if you want out, get an entertainment lawyer.

In any event, what’s the deal with Brymo? Watch the latest news from him on what he has been up to:

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2 Comments

  1. Very interesting welcome back approach from Chocolate City. Ever since Brymo leave Chocolate City he has become professional musician based on what he really want to be and am happy for him for..

    1. Hi Koya,

      Yes, it seems he is getting more clarity about the business side of music.

      It will be interesting to see his next set of moves.

      Cheers,

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