Popular Nigerian singer Mr. P has made fans and other Nigerian music lovers to ask if he has abandoned music for lottery business.
Mr. P who recently established a new lottery business seemed to have been investing his time in conducting lottery draws and building the social media presence for his lottery business Zoom rather than having home studio recording session.
Unlike Mayorkun, Simi and Tekno who had been investing time in releasing new tracks, Mr. P who last released a song in January seems to be gradually leaving music to become a business Tycoon.
Seeming to be plying the route of Eldee the don who allegedly abandoned music to become a successful IT consultant oversea, the big question still remains that why has Mr P not released any track since February.
Recalled that artists like Simi, Adekunle Gold, DJ Cuppy, Tekno, Mayorkun had either been dropping hits or been hinting on their soon to drop hit.
However, Mr. P who had been busy with giveaways and promotion activities for his lottery platform Zoom had not talked about working on a track or an EP.
The Last time Mr. P made mention of releasing an album was when he replied a fan who asked why he had been silent for a long time, Mr P who did not expressly reveal that he was working on a track, however, said that good things take time.
Mr P who have not done much musically when compared with his twin brother Rudeboy after the split might have found his own niche as he seems to be gaining the much-needed spotlight on his newly established lottery business.
However, the fact that he established the lottery business does not mean that he has abandoned music it could be that the stay at home order had been affecting him lyrically and mentally just as it has been affecting his brother rudeboy.
So like he said good things take time let us give him time to feed our curiosity with something good, the year is just got to the end of its first-quarter let’s wait and see what Mr P has in stock for us as he keeps bettering the lives of Nigerians with his lottery platform.