Fans of one time Africa's most popular group, P Square, who still hold high hopes of a reunion, have been told to perish the thought...
P Square, comprising twin brothers Peter and Paul, went their separate ways under controversial circumstances some few months ago, signalling the end of an era of the most successful duo on the continent.
In spite the bitter parting of ways, some fans still held high hopes that the brothers will reunite for the sake of music but Peter Okoye, the younger of the twins, who has been more vocal about standing on his own, advised such fans to get used to seeing him and his twin brother perform as solo artists.
Peter, who expressed these views in a recent interview with Silverbird TV, pointed out that he just had a successful solo tour in the U.S and ahead of his Europe tour beginning March 2018, he is set to put out more materials so his fans can hear something new following the release earlier of two singles 'cool it down' and 'for my head'
Speaking on the chances of a P Square comeback, he said:
"I don't think it is happening (on their reunion). Like I said 'change is constant'. At the moment, we're all doing our individual stuff. Music is what I do for a living; I'm an entertainer, a singer, a dancer, a performer and I want to keep it that way".
On whether there's pressure on him to live up to expectation of P Square fame, Peter had this to say:
"People think there's probably pressure, but trust me there's none. I've done a lot of rehearsal, I've done my research and all; I'm moving forward. At the moment, it's the thing (moving forward) now for me. I just came back from a U.S tour - fantastic tour - and I'm doing Europe in March, April and May (next year). I'm going to miss Nigeria but that's why I'm trying to put out more materials before the tour so I can be able to promote them when I'm out there."