I was in SHS 2 when Obrafour featured me on His ‘Ghetto Love’ Song – Stonebwoy reveals

Stonebwoy revealed at the ‘Pae Mu Ka at 20’ Concert that legendary Ghanaian rapper Obrafour realised he has something special, reason why he featured him on his ‘Ghetto Love’ song. Stonebwoy, midway through his performance at the historic concert, said when he was in his second year in Senior High School, Obrafour believed in him and featured him on his song, so obviously he’s grateful to him for giving him the pedestal to flourish. The BHIM Nation president further disclosed that the likes of Kwaw Kese, Bright of Buk Bak fame, Afro Moses and Samini also discovered his potential which has ultimately made…

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Ghanaian Rap icon Obrafour to deliver Workshop at ACCES 2019

Renowned Ghanaian rapper and hiplife musician Obrafour will on 30 November facilitate a workshop at the three-day Music In Africa Conference for Collaborations, Exchange and Showcases (ACCES) in Accra, Ghana. The award-winning artist will be part of the pan-African trade event’s Music Production Essentials workshop alongside Kofi ‘IamBeatMenace’ Boachie-Ansah (Ghana), where he will share his knowledge about recording and useful production tools with aspiring producers. The Music Production Essentials workshop will begin a day earlier when Kofi ‘IamBeatMenace’ Boachie-Ansah will be joined by fellow countryman, producer and songwriter Panji Anoff. Obrafour is the latest big name…

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I apologised to Okyame Kwame after my Kasiebo song – Obrafour

Rap legend, Obrafour has revealed that after the release of his famous track, ‘Kasiebo’ he apologised to his colleague, Okyeame Kwame. In an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, he stated that, weeks after releasing ‘Kasiebo’, he approached Okyeame Kwame to apologise because many perceived the song to be derogatory. “Look at the creativity that came with the song but unfortunately it came with controversies,” he stated. Obrafour said although Kasiebo in his perspective was in no way targeted at anyone, he had to do the right thing…

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Sarkodie reacts after Obrafour’s ‘Pae Mu Ka’ Documentary Saga

Celebrated Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has personally reacted, for the first, after reports about Obrafour’s ‘Pae Mu Ka’ documentary saga went viral. Obrafour revealed in an interview that Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame did not show up for the recording of the documentary that marks his 20 years in the industry. Sarkodie was chastized by the general public for failing to show up for the documentary. His manager AngelTown later on said in an interview that it was due to communication issues, and tight schedule. However, reacting to it for the first time, the Sarkcess Music boss noted that there is no…

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I’m not disappointed in Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame – Obrafour

Following recent reports about Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame’s absence on Obrafuor’s “Pae Mu Ka” documentary, the legendary rapper has hinted that he is not disappointed or worried about any artiste who has failed to make an appearance on his documentary. Speaking in an interview, Obrafour said he cannot force artistes who have intentionally decided not to support him. He also explained, the documentary has been scheduled for 2-3 months, a period which he believes is favorable enough anyone who want to a be part of it. “I am not disappointed. I am…

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Obrafour to Celebrate 20 Years of ‘Pae Mu Ka’ Album with a Concert

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…

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