Omoalukhe Andrew Omo-Abu II, also known by his stage name PrymEvyl, is a Nigeria born and US based recording artist. He was born into a large family in Benin City Nigeria where he got his primary and most of his secondary education. He began his music career at a very young age, through his membership as a trumpet and drums instrumentalist for his mother's church choir. Upon his migration to New York with his family, his love for music became evident with his exposure to the budding New York dancehall and hip-hop scene.
Upon admission to an upstate New York university he decided to explore his musical instinct and built a reputation locally for his lyrical skills in the underground scene. With his new found love, over the years he co-founded hip-hop reggae group the Junglez Tribe, Watch Ya Hedz Click, and hip-hop group The Reptylez.
After going through the ups and down of group disagreement and breakups, PrymEvyl decided on a solo career. He debuted on November 2004 with the release of his self titled LP PrymEvyl worldwide on his Wyze Sonz imprint. This debut release was critically acclaimed in the indie music scene and helped propelled PrymEvyl further in his music career.
He released a series of mix tapes with his label cohorts and finished a label group LP which was unfortunately shelved. PrymEvyl has been on hiatus as a recording artist for a few years, but his Wyze Sonz imprint has been active in the release of upcoming and talented artists.
PrymEvyl is a talented songwriter and producer and has worked with the likes of Boss Hogg, Jimmy Black The Journeyman, Mad Maxx, Suspectz Records, Deep Thinka Records, and engineer/producer Rick Joyner.
In addition to his music career, PrymEvyl has been an active music video director, content producer and entrepreneur. He has contributed to Roku channels 'Ndepndnt Koncptz Networks, IAMCTV and other online ventures. He wrote and produced the upcoming documentary film One Nigeria, one of many of his upcoming projects.