Brymo Criticizes Top Artists, Alleges Theft of Afrobeat Genre from Fela Kuti

Brymo’s Accusations Against A-List Artists

Renowned singer Brymo has made controversial statements regarding top Nigerian artists, including Burna Boy and Davido.

During a recent interview with TVC, Brymo accused these A-List musicians of being “thieves” in the music industry.

Claiming the Theft of Afrobeat Genre

Brymo asserted that these artists, who have achieved global recognition, “stole” the Afrobeat genre from the legendary Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

He suggested that they appropriated the genre and began marketing it as if they were its originators.

Brymo’s Candid Remarks

In his candid and bold statements, Brymo did not mince words, particularly when addressing Burna Boy. He described Burna Boy as a “thief” and went further to label him as “cheap and unoriginal.”

These remarks highlight Brymo’s perspective on the artists’ handling of Afrobeat and their roles in popularizing the genre.

Watch Brymo’s Interview

For those interested in hearing Brymo’s statements firsthand, a video of his interview is available for viewing.

In this interview, Brymo passionately expresses his views on the music industry and the alleged appropriation of Afrobeat by certain artists.

Reactions to Brymo’s Remarks

Brymo’s remarks have sparked discussions and reactions within the music community and among fans.

His bold stance on this matter raises questions about the authenticity of musical genres and the influence of iconic figures like Fela Kuti on contemporary artists

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