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Rudeboy Shares New Single 'Together' Featuring Patoranking

The former P-Square member teams up with Patoranking for a dancehall-infused jam.

Paul Okoye (aka Rudeboy) has been doing his thing on the solo side of things since his split last year with his brother and musical partner Peter Okoye—the other half of their band P-Square.

Rudeboy returns with a another single, this time enlisting the help of fellow Nigerian artist Patoranking, for the dancehall-infused "Together," that sees the Rudeboy singing passionately about an everlasting love. "Anyhow wey you like make e be/We go stay together, forever," he sings.

Patoranking joins him for the energetic music video, which features them performing and serenading their love interests. Rudeboy also provides some energetic dance numbers throughout the video.

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Peter of P-Square Linked Up With Diddy & Cassie

Mr. P partied with Diddy and Cassie in Abu Dhabi and promised that there's 'something bigger coming.'

Peter Okoye of the now defunct P-Square has been releasing new music under his solo name Mr. P, like the Thriller-influenced music video for "Look Into My Eyes."

He was recently in Abu Dhabi ahead of a concert as part of his "All Eyes On P" world tour.

And who happened to also be performing in the United Arab Emirates city? None other than Brother Love himself, Diddy.

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The 10 Best American Remixes of Nigerian Songs

Featuring Ayo Jay, D'banj, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, and more

Time was when the mere rumor of an American artist guesting on a Nigerian song was enough to fuel its anticipation. In this new afropop era (circa Tuface Idibia), these international collaborations have become common place, but not enough to make them pass without some fanfare.

A good number of these collaborations are remixes of proven hits, variously attempted by American artists in their prime and those in need of a career boost. Some have being genuine cultural exchanges, while others wear the tear of desperation. Here are 10 of the best of the American remixes of Nigerian songs.

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