Fans hoping that the beef between P-Square that led to the two brothers splitting would end soon may have to wait a little bit longer as it appears that their elder brother and manager just joined the fray.
Jude Okoye who has managed the twins since they kicked off their careers made this revelation in an interview with Nigeria’s Punch Newspapers.
Before splitting up, P-square were one of Africa’s greatest musical exports to the world. The now defunct Nigerian R&B duo of identical twin brothers Peter and Paul Okoye rocked the music industry for over two decades with a series of mega smash hits.
P-Square began their musical journey way back in St. Murumba secondary school (a small Catholic school in Jos, Nigeria). The talented brothers joined their school music and drama club where they began singing, dancing, and mimicking songs by legends like MC Hammer, Bobby Brown and Michael Jackson.
In 1999, they formed a music group called Double P, changed it to P&P, Da Pees, until they eventually stuck with P-Square.
In 2001, they won the “Grab Da Mic” competition, and had the release of their debut album “Last Nite” sponsored by Benson & Hedges under the Timbuk2 Music label.#
Since then, the brothers under the managerial direction of their elder brother, Jude Okoye had gone on to conquer Africa, shelling out hit song after hit song till they became an household name.
Their breakup broke a lot of hearts but fans are not giving up hope of a reunion. Despite this latest angle introduced by their brother, Jude Okoye, we are still hoping alongside fans that the brothers will iron out their issues and come back together to make the good music they are known for.