Paul Okoye signs first artiste to his own record label ‘Rudeboy Records’; fans react
Recently, Paul Okoye revealed the first artiste, Muno, signed to his own label, ‘Rudeboy Records’, and many people, including the media, assumed he meant Square Records, the label P-Square co-owns with their elder brother Jude Okoye. But the singer reposted the note yesterday, adding his company logo, for emphasis.
“Get ready guys, this month the best voice ever,” he wrote, adding that Muno is a ‘ladies man’, and concluded with, ‘ Rudeboy Records, bragging continues.”
His fans quickly hopped on the post, asking why he is pulling away from the P-Square
dynasty, if this was a sign of an impending breakup.
But the impending breakup is not entirely new. In 2014, Peter Okoye floated his own record label, P-Classic, and it caused some ripple in the entertainment industry. Before him, in 2013, their older brother Jude Okoye launched his own Northside Music Inc., and signed ‘German Juice’ singer, Cynthia Morgan, as his first artiste.