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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Real Reasons P-Square’s Paul Floats Own Label

Paul Okoye, one half of the P-Square twin brothers, recently unveiled his personal music label, Rudeboy Records and Muno, the first artiste signed to the platform. 
The development has further ignited speculations that the P-Square dynasty is in disarray.

we gathered that aside the joint property business Paul and his brothers are into, he had also invested in some personal
businesses, but his decision to float Rudeboy Records was inspired by his twin brother, who recently concluded the first edition of his Dance with Peter reality show.
Paul was actually inspired by his twin brother’s Dance with Peter reality TV show, even though he (Peter) made little or no financial profit from the competition. For about two years now, the Okoye brothers have been delving into individual investments, a move that has prompted speculations that there is a crack their relationship.
P-Square’s elder brother and manager, Jude Okoye, started making money by the sides from Cynthia Morgan, a female artiste signed to his Northside Music Inc, while Peter got two solo endorsement deals with Olympic Milk and Adidas. He is also working on his beverage company among others under his P-Classic Group (PCG).
Naij.com gathered that Paul initially tried to invest in transport business, but being an unfamiliar terrain, the move couldn’t succeed, even after he had purchased some vehicles to commence the business.
A reliable source told Naij.com that the Okoye brothers’ exploits in other businesses doesn’t suggest any imminent end to the P-Square dynasty because at 35, “they (Peter and Paul) are only trying to create other sources of income rather than depend solely on singing. They are not getting any younger.” 
Paul unveiled Muno, the first artiste signed to his Rudeboy Records some days back on Instagram. Posting the logo of his label and the artiste, he wrote: “Get ready guys, this month the best voice ever… Muno is a ladies man. Rudeboy Records, bragging continues.”