Psquare’s Paul Okoye cries, reports brothers to late parents via solo song “Call Heaven” (Listen)

Paul Okoye, one half of the Nigerian RnB act, P-Square has released a new solo, weeping while he reports his brothers to their late parents, following break-up.
It would be recalled that Peter Okoye went solo a few weeks back after several social media confrontations between him and the duo’s management, headed by their elder brother, Jude Okoye.
Paul Okoye
Peter announced a new management for himself on his Instagram page on Monday.
“Work mood, thanks for all the love support and concern, please continue to remain blessed as always,” Peter wrote before adding the new management’s contact.
Before the announcement, Peter had released and self-promoted a single titled Look “Into My Eyes” on Tuesday last week. He had also performed alone at night club in Abuja with the stage name, ‘Mr P’.
On Monday, Paul decided to release a solo single, titled: ‘Call Heaven’.
In the song, a tearful Paul, now called ‘Rudeboy’ expressed his sadness over the crisis rocking the group, lamenting the death of their parents.
The lyrics goes thus: “Make somebody please call heaven… (Let somebody please call heaven…)
“Make I tell my mama say e don happen… (Let me tell my mother that it has happened…)
“Oh Papa na that level …eyah… (Oh daddy it’s that thing…)
“Wey I promised you say e no go happen… (That I promised you that won’t happen…)
“If to say una dey for everything wey dey happen today… (If you were still alive, everything happening today…)
“E for be say we no go misbehave…all man go dey concentrate… (We wouldn’t have misbehaved. All of us would be concentrating…)
“Wherever you are…we no be who we were… (Wherever you are… We are not who we used to be)
“Cos if to say una dey for everything wey dey happen today…
“E for be say una go intervene… right now everything na pain… (Cos if you were still alive, you would intervene… right now everything is pain…)
“See your children dey misbehave… (Your children are misbehaving)
“See the fans all of them dey shame” (The fans are ashamed)
Listen to the song below:
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