Paul and Peter Okoye are two of Nigeria’s most talented individuals. Powered by a career that has spanned over 15 years, sold out arenas, countless record sales and 6 commercially successful LPs, P-Square is definitely one of the most consistent brands in Nigerian music.
If you haven’t heard the gospel of this duo yet, here is a beginners guide to run-through their musical artistry.
2003: Last Nite
#1 Their name is really cheesy, but you get the picture.
#2 These guys can actually dance.
#3 Peter is always crying. He is a sensitive guy.
#4 With Senorita, they gave us Nigeria’s premiere light-skinned video vixen heart breaker.
Yellow-pawpaw extraordinaire. Yarinya the first, Karishika the ultimate, Caro the finest. The last of her breed, first of her kind.
2005: Get Squared
#1 A lot of songs on this Get Squared album sound familiar
#2 This album has one remix and 3 instrumentals on a 13-track disc.
Almost 30% of this album is of no use to you. Is this fraud? Should this be okay?
2007: Game Over
#1 This album is fire from heaven.
#2 There are 5 pre-released singles on this album. 3 instrumentals and one uncensored song we never asked for but we don’t care.
Have we heard these songs before? Doesn’t matter, we don’t care anymore. We don’t care one bit.
#4 Peter is still crying.
So Paul is hugging all of the camera time.
#1 Throw it out! These are all samples of their own songs. You have been lied to.
#2 Oh look a 2face feature! Throw the rest out. Trash it.
#3 Wait, more Instrumentals?
Recycle bin, now!
#1 This album has a different feel.
#2 These are actually complete 14 songs without instrumentals.
#3 Featuring Rick Ross
2014: Double Trouble
#1 Okay, we are sure we haven’t heard these songs before.
#2 This LP is very mature.
#3 Collabo with Don Jazzy is magic.
#4 This Alingo dance didn’t fly guys. Leave this Shekini thing alone.