One of Ghana’s most respected rappers, Obrafour, has responded to the call by actress Yvonne Nelson for the celebration of the artiste’s ‘Pae Mu Ka’ album.
Obrafour acknowledged the actress’ support over the years and stated that his management team has plans of organising a concert to mark 20 years of the album.
Yvonne Nelson started a poll on Twitter earlier this month asking Ghanaians if they would want the artiste to stage a concert to celebrate the 20th anniversary.
The tweet drew so much attention with many online portals reporting about the call on Obrafour to organise a concert.
In a conversation with Franky 5 on ‘This Is Gospel’ on Hitz FM, the ‘Rap Sofo’ declared his readiness to take up the challenge.
“Yvonne…I don’t know what to say to her…She has been a fan from day one and I really appreciate her. I saw the tweet. Before then, I and my team were on the grounds. I thought it came at the right time,” he said.
The rapper also disclosed that he has never held his own concert but added he is determined to break the jinx.
“This year marks 20 years in music…It marks two decades of ‘Pae Mu Ka’…I think it is a right call….We are serious. We are treating it with all seriousness…God willing…we’ll break communication,” he added.
‘Pae Mu Ka’ by Obrafour was released in 1999 and was produced by Hammer of The Last Two.
The album featured songs like ‘Kwame Nkrumah’, ‘Yaanom’ ‘Pae Mu Ka’, ‘Kokonsa’ amongst others.
BET award-winning rapper Sarkodie described the album as the best of all times in his song titled ‘Saa Okodie No’.
Rapper M.anifest also declared that ‘Pae Mu Ka’ is one of the best albums ever produced.