Popular Nigerian musician, Peter Okoye, professionally known as Mr. P, has released his first album since his official separation from his twin brother, Paul Okoye, otherwise known as Rude Boy.
In an interview granted to Beat FM recently, Mr. P says that he went off music for one and half years because he did not want his creative efforts to be misconstrued as competition with his twin brother, Rude Boy.
Mr. P also says that he has enjoyed an overwhelming patronage from music lovers since his virtual concert last year.
The 39 year old Anambra born who revealed that he is a certified music professional says that he used the concert to prove a point.
He was criticized for being only a dancer and not a singer. As such, his brother Paul did the singing while he did the dancing while their music collaboration lasted. Thus, he sang all through the concert to prove that he is a talented singer.
He further called on his critics to listen to his album and send in their comments.
Mr. P also explained that the release of the album was postponed three times due to unforeseen circumstances.
First, he and his family contracted the deadly Coronavirus. At the second attempt, the #ENDSARS protest disrupted plans as his key team member, DJ Switch, was caught in the middle of the brouhaha. The last postponement was due to the death and funeral of his father in-law.
Commenting on the possibility of P-Square coming back together, Mr. P insist that it is not possible as each of them has moved on but admitted that fans are still disgruntled over the dissolution of P-Square and advised them to move on and accept the new reality because each of them had moved on.