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Nigerian Singer, Brymo To Release Only One Copy Of New Album For $500,000

Nigerian singer Brymo has announced the release of an upcoming album that will cost 350 million naira ($500,000).

The singer made this known by sharing an artwork for the upcoming album, Mansa, on his Instagram page.

He mentioned that the record will be released in the first quarter of 2023. Additionally, he stated that the CD would only be available in one copy and would cost a whopping $500,000 to purchase.

He wrote:

Mansa will be available for collection in the first quarter of ’23, one copy only on sale, and going for… N350,000,000 ($500,000)

The amount he intends to charge for the record has sparked wild reactions online and as usual, we have sampled a few of the comments as seen below;

Brymo is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, actor, author, and stage performer from Nigeria. In 1999, while still a student in high school, he began recording music. He secured a record deal with Chocolate City in 2010, but in 2013 the label accused him of breaking the terms of the agreement.

Brymo’s first studio album, Brymstone, was released in 2007. The Son of a Kapenta, his second studio album, was released in 2012 and featured the hits “Ara,” “Good Morning,” and “Go Hard.”

The 20th of October 2013 saw the release of his third studio album Merchants, Dealers & Slaves, which was preceded by the singles “Down” and “Eko” and garnered favourable reviews from music reviewers.

Brymo’s fourth studio album Tabula Rasa, which featured the delicate traditional ballad “Fe Mi,” was released in October 2014. Trance is an eight-track collection CD that Brymo released on December 8th, 2015.

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