Abuja - The drama between Chocolate City and their former artist, Brymo, continued as Brymo’s management team said they are prepared for any legal action brought against them.
Brymo decided to end his contract in May 2013 because he felt his music was not getting a strong enough marketing push.
Brymo’s management accused owner Audu Maikori and Choclate City of devising strategies to sabotage the artist after failing to reach an amicable agreement to terminate the contract.
According to a statement released by the management team on 30 October, a meeting was recently held between Brymo, his management and representatives of Chocolate City at the label's offices.
After deliberations, terms were agreed between the parties and Chocolate City agreed to compile the terms in an agreement to be signed by both parties.
It was agreed in the meeting that Brymo will give up his album Son of a Kapenta to the label.
The record label through a high court in Lagos had earlier requested that Brymo be prevented from releasing any song or album, but the artist released his third studio album titled Merchants, Dealers & Slaves on 25 October.
Brymo’s camp insist that if a resolution is not reached, they will be ready to defend their rights.