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VIDEO: Audu Maikori Explains Brymo & Jesse Jagz Situation with Chocolate City

Post by Demola OG, July 22nd, 2013

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Audu, the CEO of one of the highly successful record labels in Nigeria, Chocolate City sits with Adesope of Factory78 in this 3 part interview.

Honestly, I didn’t see this one coming from Audu, but I am glad that he shed some light on the situation surrounding Jesse Jagz’s departure and Brymo’s situation with Chocolate City.

He also talks about Ice Prince’s success in the 3rd video below.

Watch the interviews below:
“Brymo is Ignorant”

Situation with Jesse Jagz

Talks about Ice Prince

M.I

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53 responses to “VIDEO: Audu Maikori Explains Brymo & Jesse Jagz Situation with Chocolate City”

  1. Omooba001 says:

    This space is reserved for Omooba001…please dont claim it if you the 2nd position

  2. …so Brymo hung out with this smooth talking Lawyer and thought nothing of fu.cking up the guy's money???. That's a bit reckless and silly if u ask me cos Lawyer is sounding pissed and is not going to tender justice with mercy. Brymo its peacetalks time, don't be shy cos that Ma$e reference is a really bad omen. "ALWAYS READ THE LABEL"-GZA

  3. Raaaa says:

    choc city chief needs to tamper his public disposition and not come off so disconnected and cold. We know you are a business man but music is getting closer to the people in terms of delivery from artist to consumer and with that comes the realization of the dream many artists have had since the music business became the music BUSINESS…to control their creativity. Give a man some influence and he starts to get careless; a disgruntled artist will not make you as much money as a happy one (how much money did puff make off Mase after the fall out? exactly). Also, the boko haram analogy was uncalled for; people have died and communities have been destroyed by that whole affair. You are here casually dismissing that as some kind of growing pains for a democracy..who told you, you are in a democracy? lol.

  4. Osinga_Onyi says:

    Your head is there..Professional interview,interview you can relate to.

  5. titilope says:

    I’m just weak, choc city should leave the guy and let him continue with his life, they’ve given Ice Prince enough packaging and they should manage whatever amount they get from him. No wonder Olamide no join any record label…sharp guy.

  6. DEX says:

    I'm not even gonna talk about this Brymo issue again. That aside, I would've said M.I's album be released first considering when last he released an album. And the current exposure he's getting from being the Nigerian X-factor Judge is a plus. But oh well, they know better….perhaps.

  7. owolabz.. says:

    The best way to put drama in its place is to Step away from it. Brymo go for Peacetalks and ignore what the world is going to say. Remember, todays newspaper is tomorrow's suya Paper…
    Go and settle with Audu Maikori.. #TeamChoc

  8. paulmirabilis says:

    Honestly, Brymo's press conference was uncalled-for. I donno what he wants again;that label really tried for him. You released your album, shot some very good videos and got some awards.What the heck does he want again?…and the statement he made that the Nigerian legal system cannot help him, is probably the dumbest statement I've heard from somebody of his caliber in a long while.

  9. The Contractor says:

    Oh well…like my man Mode9 said…."It's about to get ugly!!!"

  10. TC CEO says:

    Finally… an educated person talking about Nigerian Music….

  11. Someone_Special says:

    I hope both parties; Brymo and Chocolate City, can dialogue and settle this amiably.

  12. o.B.A.M.O says:

    Todays newspaper is tomorrow suya paper. OMFG funniest statement ever . I love Brymo though just not his lips.

  13. choi says:

    Education is not everything but at times it could be the difference between being dumb and enlightened…Audu put it plainly; IT IS IGNORANCE… People abeg make una dey read contract before una sign. UNa never learn from Mase? Una never learn from Kelly Hansome?…

  14. Kush K says:

    A contract is a contract a legal binding document, when you break the terms of such mentioned document you are liable!

    Regardless of how he felt, feels or thinks he should not have broke the terms of it. And if it was a silly unfavourable contract then he shouldn't have signed it in the first place.

    Artists these days sign soul selling contracts just to make a quick buck.. then when they realise their mistake after spending the labels money finish they want to back track and say this contract is unfair (because they've made more money than projected and have a fanbase)

    I hope others will learn from this.. no matter who you are what you sing or how many hits you have a contract is a contract

  15. Kush K says:

    Jesse Jagz saw out his contract before leaving choc city/making noise why is brymo's own different

  16. kenneth says:

    Obviously this guy knows it…
    .
    Without being told, this is an interview from someone who knows what he is doing.

    The music business is real business!!!! it has to do with money…spreadsheets, balances, loans and all those accounting shit….
    As for brymo…that dude is screwed!! Ignorance…

    As for the timing of album releases, i think its a good thing that IceP's album is comming out first..because i think they want to strike while the iron is hot. M.I has a lot of projects on hand and i think that can keep him and his account busy..

  17. fage says:

    Joblessness is a sin!!! Brymo’s presz conf was uncalled for, right. But Audu granted a dumb interview. I dey wait for part 4 of the movie sha.

  18. iba says:

    Nawa o. so Mr lawyer what you gonna do to invite new faces and inject fresh blood into choc city again???

  19. Darlings says:

    Mr lastman,people rate u on this site but it don’t make u d best or mr know all,TC CEO made a comment and I don’t get why u should be d only one out of multitudes to take of fence..allow it man,make ur own comment n let others too and if atall he referred to u,u shouldn’t even reply so u stay a champion.

  20. Keepinitreel says:

    Another episode of hungry money CEOs or should i say record label owners, Let a true artist express his inner soul. The world needs to hear their message, voice; they change lives. It is needed, let's us spread positivity. Love & Peace.

  21. David Mogul Omofuma says:

    Artist this days are independent even in america..you can build you fan base online..& push yourself..i feel sorry for them folks going to sign deals with record companies..not even an international company a naija record company..Record companies do nothing that you cant do this days..#bigMistake.

  22. Jennifer Alegieuno says:

    That's not true David!

  23. Kelly says:

    Audu is obviously not a smart business man, how do you publicly declare war on your artist, an artist who has made you millions of Naira with Oleku and assisted in creating one of Choc city's biggest artist- Ice Prince. If all the other artist in Chocolate City (including Ice Prince) don't see that they are in trouble then they must be blind. what is a good for the gander is good for the goose. More music less talk. gbam!

  24. Pearl says:

    @Kelly, you’ve said it all. I just guess Audu is trying to show his aboki side, it aint gonna pay him at alll. Chocolate city should just free the guy if he’s not ready to settle issues with them or betterstill, Audu should let us know der own part of the story. Were they cheating Brymo or not. I think that should be the next question from all those busy body interviewing him.

  25. Pearl says:

    I understand your point “theLASTMAN”, but the issue is, Audu should come out and tell us if they were cheating Brymo or not. This is naija o, he shouldn’t compare Brymo’s case with that of Ma$e, music competition in naija is too high now and mind you, many artiste will leave der record labels. “No Dulling”. I see Pryse leaving the record label sha, let’s wait and see.

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