Every member of the Nigerian music industry (local and global) should be very proud of the accomplishments of this very young industry. From some of our forerunners including Fela, Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obey, Onyeka Onwenu and so many more stellar names, we have grabbed the baton and are setting a legacy that will go down in history books as one of the most exciting decades in Nigerian music history. Every aspect of Nigeria’s music industry value chain system has seen some interesting movement and it gets exciting by the moment.
P-Square performs back to back concerts in Zimbabwe and Rwanda. Since I spoke about Rwanda recently, check out a recent video clip of the twins performing to over 54,000 persons.
Having been up close and personal with the twins in the past, I must say their work ethics and discipline is just highly commendable. They truly care about their fans and give their fans such an experience at their performances. You should purchase a ticket and check out a P-Square concert when next they are in your neck of the woods.
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