Following news reports online that Audu Maikori & Chocolate City had placed a court injunction restraining singer Brymo from releasing his new album Merchant, Dealers & Slaves, the singer has said there is no truth to the stories.
Reports had claimed that Chocolate City had an injunction preventing Brymo from releasing any material pending the outcome of the court verdict.
The Ara singer however confirmed in a tweet that the rumors were just that and that Merchant, Dealers & Slaves would hit the streets tomorrow.
Pls disregard any news about an injunction on my new album M,D&S, it’s all untrue.. Just a ploy to disrupt my release as usual..
— Olawale Ashimi (@BrymOlawale) October 24, 2013