The Rap Sofour of Ghana Music has spoken in his new songs.
Obrafour has been on off the media due some to illness he had back then but that did not stop his musical career. He’s considered to be the greatest rapper alive in Ghana and adored by many uprising artiste and celebrities. One of those People is Pappy Kwadwo.
Within this week alone, Obrafour has drop two songs online. According to some social media users, they think the song is a shot at other rappers.. But let us break it down for yall.
The First song was released on the 3rd November, and the title is Kasahari. Another production again from JMJ. He comes with a hook saying “they will try but they can never stop the rain till thy kingdom come Obrafour still remains the same”.. He’s asking for the Kasahari keys from these rappers who claimed they are on the same level with him. He’s currently calling all these rappers babies. The line which aims at whoever claims to be the king of GH Hiphop goes like this ” The one who took the throne forgot that the owner didn’t know it” He then ends with a clever line stating ” We are on a new frequency this is a test transmission execution family no competition” Obrafour is saying there’s more songs like this to be released.
Who’s Obrafour throwing shot at?
The Second song was released on the 9th November, and the title is No Vote. The song is a Jam with a production from JMJ. In the song Obrafour is throwing subliminal shot at these lazy rappers. In the song he’s referencing these lazy rappers to Jackie Chan. Instead he said he would like to face Rappers who are more like Bruce Lee and not this Rappers who are Jackie Chan. Bruce lee is a legend. So he definitely want to go head to head with another legend not Jackie Chan.
Let’s not forget, M.I Abaga, a rap legend in Nigeria also released a song called, “You Rappers Should Fixed Up Your Life”. Now here’s a
small recap about the song. The rapper seems to be dissing and telling the new rappers that they have fell off and are now rapping about irrelevant stuff which doesn’t help the rap community. And he might be right.
Back to Obrafour, He is also on the mission to change insults, profanity and vulgarism in hiplife. To all the new rappers Obrafour has some words for you.
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