But then, even as they are both churning out songs as two separate entities, they never caught giving us fluke tune.
Rudeboy has given us some huge tune
From Rudeboy’s camp we’ve had “Reason With Me”, “Double Double” featuring Olamide and Phyno, “Chizoba“.
Some other dope collabo he had, and now the chart-topping “Audio Money”
Mr. P did not disappoint us either
Mr P also has a very sublime run as well, ranging from tunes like “One More Night” with Niniola.
“Zombie” with Simi, “For My Head” and now to the hefty tune, “Karma” are all major hit singles.
Rudeboy’s Audio Money Is A Jam (Some Say It’s A Diss)
It has been a moot point ever since “Audio Money” by Rudeboy drops, it was said by many people in the music scene that the song “Audio Money” was a jab to his brother Mr P, even if one doesn’t want to believe, the matter that arose when Tacha got disqualified from the BBNaija house, affirm the allegations.
But above all the controversy surrounding that song “Audio Money” it still certifies all conditions of becoming a hit song, and as such it should be accustomed as a hit song henceforth.
From the production of the rhythmic beat to the well-laid voice of Rudeboy on it and the perfect lyrics curation, shows that man was a born talented singer.
On the other hand, it was at the peak of the controversy about “Audio Money” being a diss track to him, he dropped a perfect response in form of a song titled “Karma”. What a perfect way to address a diss.
Mr. P’s Karma Was Like A Response To Audio Money
From the lyrical component of the song “Karma”, it shouldn’t be far fetched that the hate between the dissolved twin gets bigger as day come by, but then as a lover of good music, I will just sit back and enjoy the song as it comes from both camp.
The synergy between Goldswarm, the producer of Karma and Mr. P on this song is a force that the singer should reckon on so as to birth more good songs from the PClassic label.
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