Danger - P-Square

Danger

P-Square

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009-09-12
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2009 CNMedia

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
I Love You P-Square 4:43 USD 0.99
2
Trowey! P-Square 4:49 USD 0.99
3
Break It P-Square 3:54 USD 0.99
4
Possibilities Ft. 2face P-Square 5:07 USD 0.99
5
Danger P-Square 4:29 USD 0.99
6
E No Easy Ft. J.Martins P-Square 4:27 USD 0.99
7
Bye Bye P-Square 3:44 USD 0.99
8
Who Dey Here P-Square 4:21 USD 0.99
9
I Like Dat P-Square 4:24 USD 0.99
10
Super Fans P-Square 4:33 USD 0.99
11
Danger Instrumentals P-Square 4:32 USD 0.99
12
Trowey Instrumentals P-Square 4:50 USD 0.99
13
Break It P-Square 3:52 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Amazing

    5
    By Troubelina
    Can't believe I never heard it before. Make sure everyone get's to hear it and some other's of P.Square now. Love them's Music
  • Ehn who dey here...?

    5
    By Aya Tokos
    I'm a fan!! I also believe they are living up to our expectations- at least I can speak for myself. I can't seem to get enough of 'Who dey here', 'I like dat', 'Bye bye', 'super fans', even the so called 'Danger' (a little like eletronica in my opinion, but it just shows me they can sing any genre, and can compete anywhere in the world. Well done P-Square. You guys never disappoint.
  • i like

    4
    By demellow
    this is great
  • P^2

    4
    By nneh7
    I really loved "I love you"... Nice one Peter n Paul..Love you guys
  • them don do am again!

    5
    By shedaisy
    P-Square, I Hail! so una don do am again eh! I really loved the first song on this album- I love you, (How sweet!) and Possibilities can't say much for the other songs though. But thanks guys for giving us more Naija songs that we can groove to. But i still maintain say Game over na una best album, but una fit prove me wrong on the next album when una go drop. Anyway, keep up the good work! love u guys! God bless P-Square!! God bless Naija the Great Motherland!!!
  • If you no like this, you must be a hater!!!

    5
    By Omoba
    This is an emancipation that you guys are stars. It takes a star to have a follow up album and still sell. Game over was the best and now Danger is super. I love it and keep it up.
  • Good Jobs from my homies P'Square

    5
    By Darlingtonusa
    Cool guys with great personality and personal touch to all thier albums including these, being from Abuja and having the little luxury to knew a little bit about them from University of Abuja before moving to "Los Angeles" California , it's been remarkable what they've been able to achieve in a short span. keep it up guys and wld highly recommend this and previous albums for anyone who want to get the best in music from Africa' listen "great songs" Check it out..
  • i say i love u love u guys

    5
    By africandime
    u guys r the best....ur cd is the bomb once again....its perfect....and to all the haters of psquare...hi haters..lol...keep it up..big ups to ghana and naija....kisses
  • Done it Again

    5
    By sarran
    They have done it again!! Can they do know wrong. For African artists that struggle with having a COMPLETE good album of songs, and not just 2 good songs, they have done a great job! Keep it p square! This is coming from fellow African repping Sierra Leone! Can't hate on the Naija music coming from there! From the new group Bracket and their hit Yori Yori to P square representing with this album Naija is setting and raising the bar!!!
  • I love you too

    3
    By Olowo
    P-square mis-stepped by releasing the title song "Danger" as the first single off this album. The song is silly at best and their fans all over the world definitely gave them a tongue lashing for it. However, the song does not reflect the rest of the album. My favorite cut is definitely the first one "I love you", it is so sweet and just makes you sway. "Possibilities" with 2face aka Tu-baba is a sure fire hit, the beat is reminiscent of Zouk sounds like that of Kaysha. Actually, a lot of the instrumentals on this album are zouk/highlife-like, probably influenced by J-Martins. I gave it three stars because sometimes it feels like the Okoye twins sell themselves short musically, with their voices they can definitely come harder. However, it's an OK album, and would grow on you after a few more listens.

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