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Video: Post P-Square May D Split, May D’s IROKO Youtube Channel Gone with the Wind, It’s “Management Issues.”

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It’s official. P-Square and their only signee on Square Records are so over. The duo,  their representatives, or IROKO’s must have read AML because as of today, May-D’s IROKO official music channel is now deleted i.e. gone with the wind, http://www.youtube.com/officialmayd . It will be interesting to see if IROKO directly negotiates a new deal with May D.

P-Square is currently on tour in the UK. During the tour, at a press conference, they are asked about the recent split with May D. They blame it on management issues. *Sigh.* I think P-Square up to this point have been fortunate to escape full blown shut it down kind of legal liability. However, I see this in the horizons given many of their actions in the business of music with third parties. They are also the perfect defendants because of their  “deep pockets” i.e. they have lots of money. As they continue their international collaborations and local work, it is only inevitable.

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