The 11-track album, which is a blend of catchy melody, poetry and rhythm is said to be an expression of the singer’s thoughts, imagination and philosophy.
The album artwork was designed by Georgi Georgiev of MoonringArt Design, Arizona, United States of America.
The singer has released five albums prior to this including four studio albums and one international album – "Brymstone"(2005-2010), "Son of a Kapenta" (2012), "Merchant Dealers and Slaves"(2013), "Tabula Rasa"(2014), and "Trance"(2015).
The album is preceded by a lead single titled ‘Happy memories’.
The Alternative Afrobeat and Yoruba singer began a solo career after disbanding from a music group The Aliens in 2005, releasing his first single in 2005 and his debut album titled Brymstone under Bujoc Records (2005-2010).
He however joined Chocolate City in 2010, releasing his first album “Son of a Kapenta” under the label in 2012, and became notably famous for his hook in Ice Prince’s ‘Oleku’ hit single.
The folk singer went on later to leave Chocolate City in 2013 and released his third studio album Merchants Dealers & Slaves which received critical acclaim by music analysts, sighting the new Brymo’s sound as “a breath of fresh air.”
The singer has many nominations and awards to his credit such as Headies 2012 recording of the year for the song ‘Ara’.
Watch video of Brymo in 'Down'.