“P Square breaking up is a blessing in disguise” - Nigerian singer

Peter said his days doing business with his family has ended, adding that going solo could be a blessing in disguise.

In an interview with Inspiration FM, Peter told his story of why one of our favourite Nigerian group P Square have disbanded and the future as a solo artist.

He felt that aside business he found the family aspect to be of more importance and singing together was breaking their relationship, which he did want.

“It’s not about us singing together that really matters because that’s what you guys know, but think about family. This could be a blessing in disguise. I’m not trying to break the family or make anyone look bad. I don’t hate anybody and I’m not trying to make my brothers feel bad. I wish everybody the best. Everybody is doing well now, let’s just keep it that way.”

“I came out to sing alone to show people I can sing because if I hadn’t done so people will keep thinking otherwise. My mother, if she was alive, would have said we should remain together but not do music (business) together. I’m doing my best to settle with my family but they (family) are not ready. However, for the business aspect, I’m done,” he candidly expressed.

Mr P also revealed he wrote the lyrics to remix of “Bizzy Body.” A fan sang the line: “Peter and Paul dem be one no be two” when he said he actually wrote the song.

Asked why he still uses the name P Square, he answered that it is impossible to tell his story without mentioning P-Square.

“I’m still using P Square on my social media because you can’t talk about my story without mentioning P Square.”


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