P-Square, a well-known Nigerian R&B duo, will appear next on this weekend’s Glo-sponsored African Voices Changemakers on CNN.
The popular programme offers a stimulating opportunity for the well-known identical music duo of Peter and Paul, who had been apart for some years, to discuss their business, personal lives, and how they reconciled, after the breakup that almost ended their careers.
The duo invited CNN’s Larry Madowo to their home studio in Lagos, where they are working on their first studio album in more than nine years.
P-Square is made up of Paul Okoye, well known to his admirers as Rudeboy and Peter Okoye, also known as Mr. P. Both are hugely popular among fans, not just in Nigeria but also across several countries across the globe.
They have to their name several top hit songs that have become like anthems for their fans across the world. Some of these include Chop My Money, Bring It On, Beautiful Onyinye, E No Easy, Danger, Bizzy Body and many more.
Over the years, the group has worked with other international music stars such as Akon, Rick Ross, Sean Paul and Dave Scott. They also have to their name several awards, including BET, KORA, MOBO, MTV Europe, Channel O music awards.
The show will be on air this Saturday at 9.30 p.m., while a repeat will be aired on Sunday at 4.30 a.m. and at 7.30 p.m the same day.