“Black Man, Black Woman” Is A Track Off Brymo’s “Yellow” Album Now Available On Several Digital Stores Worldwide, Containing Other Fourteen Beautifully Performed Songs.
Responding accordingly to his promise, Nigerian talented singer, songwriter, composer and author, Brymo rolled out the highly anticipated album “Yellow” on Wednesday (1 April).
The music project which only contain a single collaboration with gifted Nigerian neo-soul singer, Lindsey Abudei, houses a total of fifteen beautifully performed songs.
As earlier announced of the album being sectionalized into three – Side A, B and C, the side A and B contains six and five tracks respectively, while side C contain four tracks as against the previous assumption of six tracks – with the purposely exclusion of “Ìfé” and “Ìyá Àwèlé”.
Presented here is the track number eight (8) on the entire LP and second on side B of the album. Solely performed by the insanely talented former Chocolate City Records signee, the record is titled “Black Man, Black Woman”.
Yellow is the direct follow up to Brymo’s five track extended play (EP) titled “AAA”. Listen to “Black Man, Black Woman” below, like, share and leave a comment.