Basketmouth, the Nigerian comedian, has unveiled details of his sophomore album titled ‘Horoscopes’.


The body of work is officially set to be released via digital platforms on February 11.

The nine-tracker project features the likes of 2Baba, illbliss, Cavemen, Johnny Drille, and Blackbonez.

Speaking at the album listening on Sunday, the comic star said he’s back to his first love, music.


“Back then, I started with music, I never really left it. I just took a pause and now I’m back on it but it does not affect any other thing that I’m doing because they all complement each other,” Basketmouth said.

“Right now, I’m creating content like ‘Flatmate’, ‘Baba Benji’, ‘Ghana Jollof’, and all these contents require soundtracks. So, in the process of making a soundtrack, I made music.

“I’m a standup comedian, I’m still doing it. I’m making everything in one unit but people see it as several units but the truth is, the soundtrack compliment the movies.”


On what inspired the title of his album, he said it comes naturally.

“I don’t force it out. it comes like ‘Yabasi’. Even though I have a movie titled ‘Scorpio’, I decided not to name this music album the same as it would resist the album to just Scorpio zodiac sign,” he said.

“So, I was like why not make it ‘Horoscope’ so that you can get more.

“As an Igbo man, I love highlife music and that was I made Yabasi but ‘Horoscope’ is a combination of different genres of music.”


Basketmouth hinted that his show — themed Baskmouth Concert — is set for September after his London tour.

The concert, the comedian added, will end in Lagos, Nigeria.

‘Horoscopes’ comes after the success of ‘Yabasi’, the funnyman’s soundtrack album, released in 2020.

It also comes about four months after he signed a music deal with Empire, a US-based record label.


Below are photos from the event:

Copyright 2023 TheCable. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from TheCable.

Follow us on twitter @Thecablestyle