Most of our sounds come from Ghana but Nigerians are sharper - Paul Okoye

Most of our sounds come from Ghana but Nigerians are sharper - Paul Okoye

Ever since the breakup between Paul and Peter Okoye whose now defunct team was known as P-square, they have gone on to build their individual careers as solo artistes. However, Peter Okoye has been the most vocal one of the duo.

As it appears, Paul Okoye has broken his long time silence by granting an interview. During the discussion, the celebrity whose stage name is Rude Boy made some stunning revelations.

He gave an opinion about Nigerian and Ghanaian music. For Paul, Nigerian music was way ahead of Ghanaian artistry because Nigerians are smarter than the Ghanaian counterpart.

The music star made this confession to WGHC Radio based in Chicago, USA. When asked the reason for making such claim, Paul asserted that Ghanaians were the pacesetters of most of the music trends and sounds sung by Nigerians. But musicians in Nigeria were faster to pick on this useful things in vogue.

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So according to him, the fact that Nigerians were quick to pick up trendy dances and rhymes, and turn them into songs made them more smarter. This claim made by Paul was said in response to the question of why Nigerian music is more relevant than Ghanaian sound.

In asserting his opinion, Paul Okoye made reference to the Azonto songs and Kpom Kpom dances and songs which originated in Ghana but gained more credence in Nigeria.

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Despite the breakup between Paul and Peter Okoye, the duo have been making significant progress in their career. While the former has been releasing hit songs, the latter has gone on to even win a music award

This assertion made by Paul is coming right after a Nigerian musician named Davido won African artiste of the year in Ghana. He was also nominated as Best African act at the recently held MTV Europe Music Award. But he lost this time to yet another sterling female artistein Nigeria called Tiwa Savage.

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