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Paul Okoye, one half of the Nigerian RnB act, PSquare, has lamented the group’s break-up, saying that if their parents were alive, things would not have degenerated to such a point.
Paul expressed the sentiment in a one minute, 45 seconds single he dropped on Tuesday, barely 24 hours after Peter ‘Mr.P’ Okoye, announced a new management for his solo career.
Paul’s song, Call Heaven, is coming about two weeks after Peter released his own single, titled Look Into My Eyes on March 3.
In the song that was rendered entirely in Pidgin English, the reserved half of the duo begged that someone should call the duo’s late parents from ‘heaven’ to report the break-up to them.
“Make I tell my mama say e don happen,” Paul sang tearfully to the rhythm of a piano.
“Oh Papa na that level wey I promised you say e no go happen.
“If to say una dey for everything wey dey happen today, e for be say we no go misbehave… wherever you are, we no be who we were… cos if to say una dey for everything wey dey happen today, e for be say una go intervene.. right now everything na pain, see your children dey misbehave.”