Beyond his melody and lyrics, Brymo has become a social commentator who uses his music as a tool for social change.
The ‘Heya’ crooner in a recent chat noted that any musician who dumps music for politics is a thief.
In his words: “I think it is a very difficult move in the sense that there are years invested in every industry. So, you’ve been a musician for 10 to 15 years, and suddenly you dump that to go and become a politician and run for office.
You’re just a thief, because there are issues in the entertainment industry you can take part in to fix. Why do you have to run for public office? There are things you can do as a musician in your own music industry and make things better there. If you cannot make things better there, how are you going to make things better in public office?”, he told Sahara TV.