Brymo net worth is estimated to be over USD 3.5 million, according to this source. Brymo is a well-known Nigerian artist known for his lyricism and inspirational delivery. 

Brymo is also a published novelist, having written the fictitious novel Oriri’s Plight.

Brymo rose to prominence in Nigeria after signing with Chocolate City Entertainment in 2010. He was also featured on Ice Prince’s tune Oleku. 

His hook on Oleku is widely regarded as one of the best taken by a Nigerian singer on a rap tune.

Brymo’s breakthrough track, Ara, got the Recording of the Year award at the Hip Hop World Awards in 2012.

  •  Full Name: Olawale Ashimi
  •  Known as: Brymo
  •  Date of birth: May 9, 1986
  •  Place of Birth: Okokomaiko, Lagos
  •  Education: Lagos State University (dropped out)
  •  Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Author
  •  Marital Status: Single
  •  Active Years: 1999 to date
  •  Net Worth: $3.5 million

 Brymo Net Worth and Biography

Brymo Net Worth

Brymo was born on May 9, 1986, as an only child in Okokomaiko, Lagos, Nigeria. His father was an Awori carpenter, while his mother was a minor trader from Egun.

Brymo attended an Islamic school where he learned to memorize the complete Holy Quran.

He began his studies at Aganju Aka Primary School before moving on to Japual Primary School. He then proceeded to Ajangbadi High School in Lagos, where he graduated in 2003.

Brymo attended Lagos State University but dropped out to pursue his music career.

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Brymo’s musical career began in high school in 1999 when he recorded the song “Future.”

Hearing his mother sing Fuji songs prompted him to pursue music. In 2002, he and his friends established The Aliens, a band. The Aliens, on the other hand, disbanded in 2005 due to several problems. Following that, he embarked on a solo career without signing with a record label.

Brymo rose to notoriety in 2010 after performing on Ice Prince’s debut studio album, Everybody Loves Ice Prince, in the famous song Oleku.

Personal Life 

The Nigerian musician and author Brymo is married to Esse Kakadare, with whom he has a son, Waju lfr, who was born on March 27, 2015.


Since his debut in 2005, Brymo has released six studio albums and one Trance compilation album. 

Brymstone, his debut studio album, was published in 2007. Shawty, one of the album’s songs, became rather popular.

 Studio Albums

  • Brymstone 2007
  • The Son Of A Kapenta 2012
  • Merchants, Dealers and Slaves 2013
  • Tabula Rasa 2014
  • Trance 2015
  • Klĭtôrĭs 2016
  • Oso 2018
  • Yellow
  • 9: Esan


  • Ara, 2012
  • See Me, 2012
  • Omoge Campus, 2012
  • Good morning, 2012
  • Truthfully, 2013
  • Down, 2013
  • Eko, 2013
  • Again, 2014
  • Fe Mi, 2014
  • Prick No Get Shoulder, 2014
  • Naked, 2014
  • Dear Child, 2014
  • Je’le O Simi, 2014
  • 1 Pound, 2014
  • Dear Child, 2014
  • Alajo Somolu, 2016
  • Viva, 2016
  • Them Dey Go, 2016
  • Happy Memories, 2016
  • Billion Naira Dream, 2016
  • No be me, 2018
  • Ba’nuso, 2018
  • Heya, 2018
  • Patience and Goodluck, 2018
  • Money Launderer and Heartbreakers, 2018
  • Time is so kind, 2018

Net Worth

In October 2014, Brymo was given an ambassador deal for the Lagos Chamber of Commerce, among celebrities like as 2Baba, Vector, and Kunle Afolayan. He is estimated to have a net worth of $3.5 million.


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