Brymo does not own the new song released today titled ‘When you fall’.
Earlier today (August 29), ‘When you fall’ had made the round, with members of the media reporting the release as a Brymo single.
But according to new information made available to Pulse via Brymo’s management, the song was made by Brymo for a campaign by NGO, Move And Dream.
The email reads below:
The Bail Music Company and its artiste, Olawale Ashimi better known as Brymo wish to clarify ownership, contrary to reports in sections of the media as being the owner of a newly released single titled ‘When You Fall’ which was released few hours ago.
The song ‘When You Fall’ is the theme song for a campaign put together by Move and Dream. The movement is aimed at encouraging Nigerian youths to not only dream, but to strive towards achieving greatness while they dream.
Brymo was commissioned to write and record the song ‘When You Fall’ by the handlers of the ‘Move and Dream’ movement for its campaign. All rights to the song belong to the M.A.D team and NOT Brymo.
Henceforth, the friends of the artiste in the media are however notified to desist from promoting the song as a material that belongs to Brymo. The artiste and his management team apologise to the M.A.D team, our media friends and whoever that might feel insulted or offended based on the developments.