"Merchants, Dealers and Slaves" might be Brymo's third studio album, but it's his first classic.
Possibly inspired by his bitter departure from his former record label, MD&S shows Brymo's at his darkest moment even when the album electrifies us with its instrumentation and sarcastic ironies.
Produced entirely by long-time collaborator Mikky Me (who produced Brymo's pre-label debut Brymstone in 2007), Merchants, Dealers & Slaves features only one guest appearance, a non-vocal one which gives Brymo the full canvas to paint his pictures how he sees it fit.
I had the opportunity to break down this album in its entirety with Nigerian Pop Culture aficionado Ayomide Tayo.
Listen to a new episode of A Music In Time, breaking down Merchants, Dealers & Slaves below.