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P-Square’s Squabbles: Much Ado About Nothing



Peter Okoye

Criticism is currently trailing P-Square for a reason that is fast becoming too familiar.


Over the years, a face-off between Peter, Paul and Jude has become too familiar and recurrent with each of the twin brothers threatening to quit the group and pursue a solo career.


With a new crisis recently rearing its head, fans of the duo seems to have had enough, as they encouraged them to part ways if that is what will let peace reign.


In the past, as individual artistes, Mr. P and Rude Boy have both dropped singles that have received positive reviews, and fans have now urged them to part ways if that is what they want.

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Although music pundits including Howie T Expression Media Limited’s boss, Bayo Odusami, have been quoted, saying that the breakup of the group would be bad for the music industry, as it would be the end of one of Africa’s most successful music group, others hold the opinion that such a development might pave the way for new groups to spring up.

Till date, many still hold the opinion that the death of Dagrin paved the way for the emergence of Olamide, and if P-Square split, another group will definitely spring up.

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The duo are reported to handle most of their production/beat making in house. The band has been faced with many controversies for their habit of sampling western songs and popular hits in their records.

They have addressed the issue many times in interviews as well as in the lyrics of their songs.

Technically speaking, P Square does more in the line of reconstructing the drum patterns, chord progressions or lyrics of the sampled songs as against actually cutting parts of the song and directly sampling into their production. This accounts for the largely electronic feel of their sound.

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