Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye, the Psquare brothers, have disclosed that they are not quitting music anytime soon.


The twin brothers are currently on a tour to 100 cities across the world to commemorate their reunion.

In an Instagram post on Sunday, Peter shared a video of the duo performing in North Carolina in the United States. He also appreciated fans for the warm reception given to them.

Peter said he and his brother are the ones to decide when it is time to call it quits on their music career.


“We are the OG’s before the IG’s… Thank you North Carolina for the love! forget it! Psquare is loved by many! Retirement is far away! Na we go decide when to retire! #Psquare100CitiesWorldTour,” he wrote.

Peter and Paul parted ways in 2017 after a disagreement on the role of Jude Okoye, their older brother, as manager.

Last November, they ended their nearly five-year feud and held their first headline concert later in December.


Peter had earlier blamed fans for pitting them against each other with constant comparison.

On his part, Paul, however, said family-related issues — not music — led to Psquare’s breakup in 2017.

In July, the pair released ‘Jaiye ( Ihe Geme)’ and ‘Find Somebody’ — their first joint projects since their reunion.


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