by Oge Okonkwo
Talk about going the extreme!
Music star Brymo whose second album Merchants, Dealers & Slaves just hit the market last week have been given a court injunction by his former record label Chocolate City Music.
The Court Injunction was granted on Monday, October 21, to the label’s law firm L & A legal Consultants which will leave Brymo unable to perform or record unless his issues with the record company has been sorted out.
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According to Chocolate City Music the action prevents Brymo “from recording, releasing, distributing any composition, song, musical works or carrying out any activity as a recording or performing artist through or for the benefit of any person or organisation other than Chocolate City pending the determination of the suit against him”.
This must be the reason behind Brymo’s twitter reaction, don’t you think?
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