The Psquare brothers are set to release their first album since reuniting as a music duo.


Peter Okoye, one partner of the duo, spoke about the new project in a recent tweet while sharing moments from a show.

He said it was intentional that the group didn’t release any body of work in 2022 despite their reunion.

The strategy, he said, was to reignite memories of their old hits by performing them in shows.


“Yes, it was a game plan not to release any New album after the reunion!” the singer’s tweet read.

“Cos we wanted to tour around the world for a year with our old classic hit songs! And trust psquare.

“We cashed & sold out! And now we are including a brand new album in dis 2023. Igbo Sense.”


Peter and Paul Okoye, his twin brother, parted ways in 2017.


The separation was said to have followed a discord on the role of Jude Okoye, their older brother, as manager.

In November 2021, they ended their nearly five-year feud.

The duo held their first headline concert later in December that year.

In June, Paul revealed that the Psquare split was caused by a family-related issue and not music.


He said “Psquare was just the sacrifice” in the situation.

In March 2022, Peter blamed the constant comparison of him to his brother among fans.

He said many often argued about who is better between them both.

Since their reconciliation, the twins have released two singles titled ‘Jaiye’ and ‘Find Somebody’.


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