[Album] Brymo – 9: Esan

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[Album] Brymo - 9: Esan

Talented/Gifted Alternate and Afro artist, Brymo returns with a new album titled “9 – Esan”.

This “Esan” is the Yoruba half of the double 9 album released today September 9, 2021 by Brymo. The self-acclaimed most powerful artiste in the world feeds us with a classic project.

With a mix of R&B, pop, and African folk, Nigerian singer-songwriter Brymo has balanced love songs and social commentary on a string of albums popular in his home country. Born Olawale Ashimi, He began writing and playing music while in secondary school. He joined friends in a short-lived band called The Aliens before going his own way in 2005.

Influenced by R. Kelly and Backstreet Boys, Brymo honed a smooth R&B sound on his first album, 2007’s Brymstone. His second album, 2012’s The Son of a Kapenta (a reference to his father’s work in carpentry), was a blend of fuji music, electronica, and pop. Nigerian Entertainment Today extended the woodworking metaphor, praising the LP as “a well-polished, solid piece of auditory furniture.”

Brymo’s third album, 2013’s Merchants, Dealers & Slaves, has been read as an allegory for the political and culture climate in Nigeria. After releasing his fourth album, Tabula Rasa, in 2014, Brymo took a racy turn on his fifth LP, 2016’s Klitôris, an album rooted in the sounds of Yoruba music, Afrobeat, and soul.

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Brymo’s 2018 release Osó mostly comprised ballads influenced by Apala and Yoruba music, while his 2020 LP Yellow was a more electronic album with elements of trap and shoegaze.

Amid his solo outings, Brymo joined the alternative rock band A.A.A., which released a self-titled five-song EP in 2019.

His last project- Yellow album examines life, love, society and scenarios in three different parts. Brymo follows it up with this new 9 – Esan album, which consist of 9 Yoruba version tracks.

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See Track-listing

1. “Àkoko”

2. “Méjì Méjì”

3. “Okùnrin Meta (Edùn okàn)”

4. “Okán Mi Ti Fo Wewe”

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5. “Tèmi Nì Tèmi”

6. “Òkùnkùn”

7. “Alelúyà Méje”

8. “Fura Sára”

9. “Ààre”

Listen and Enjoy below

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Published on: September 14, 2021. at: 08:35
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