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Friday, 22 June 2018

Reasons why I May Reunite With My Brother - Mr P Reveals

While speaking in an interview with Hot 93.3Fm, Ghana, half of the dissolved group of P-square music, Peter Okoye, popularly known as Mr.P, opened to the condition under which he could meet with his brother, Paul Okoye, on the stage.



In a reaction about the possibility of a P-Square meeting, Mr. P said: "Even if that (a meeting) will happen, let it happen with respect, it's not just about the music, there was no family before the music and I represent the Okoyes.

"It should not be P-Square and being unhappy, if it should happen, it should be with respect," he said.

Peter, who also spoke about the comments that followed his separation from his brother, said; "When P-Square broke up, people were like, are you sure you can do this alone, can you do it?

"No, I'm not doing it, I've done it, I've been killing it, all exhausted, just this year, I've done 60 'something' concerts, all exhausted, I'm blessed.

"Most people actually doubted me, but I know myself, I know what I bring to the table, I'm happy to do what I'm doing, there are some things I did not have the right to do as a member of the group, but now I am a boss of myself. "

Mr. P, who also spoke about his music and his life as a soloist, said: "You've heard, look in my eyes, you've heard My Way and Cool It Down, these are all my mini music video singles, Ebeano is my first official single as Mr. P '. "

Reacting to allegations of illegal music samples directed against him by an upcoming singer, Henry Knight, said: "When this kind of thing happens, some people simply come to the conclusion.

"I think people need to be educated on this subject ... there's something different, if it's the rhythm, or if it's an affirmation in the song, there's a lot you can use."

Since he left alone, critics described him as an upcoming artist and Mr. P said he can not be disturbed. Instead, he encouraged people to leave their "comfort zones" when they struggle for success.

"I decided I wanted to start over, I left a P-Square that had more than a million YouTube subscribers to start mine ... I'm not afraid to start again ... I've moved on, I love it."

On whether he plans to work with younger talent, "I'm an open person, as long as the song is good, why not, in fact, I'm considering doing that."

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