After releasing his first album, 'Pae mu ka' (1999), 'Asem Sebe' (2001), Time Out for Adhesion (TOFA) in 2003 and a number of remixes from the TOFA album, came NteteE Pa (Be disciplined) which coincided with his effort to join Ghana's vice president to fight indiscipline in the country. Listen to Kasiebo by Obrafour feat. Guru
He started his own indiscipline campaign which targeted the youth alongside several projects such as Lecture/Counseling Workshop and the H.E.L.P (Hiplife Education and Literacy Project) Ghana initiative.
In 2004, under the tutelage of Execution Entertainment, he produced 'Execution Diary' compilation to expose new talents into the Ghana music scene. The compilation had the last two 'hiplife foot soldiers and brought most of them into the limelight. Some of the notable artistes who were on the compilations are Kwaw Kese (Oye nonsense), Hot Core (Ntakaa), Dogo (Susu dwen me ho), Tinny with 'Heko Ejorko' (I believe I can fly), Okyeame Quame (Opabeni), 4x4 (Kpekpele) and Yoggi Doggi (Ye ne saa ma me). Two years after this saw the release of his fifth album.
Now Obrafour, Ghana's rap Osofour (Priest) is set to release his newest album 'Asem Beba Dabi' at the end of this month, October and will be on the music market from 1st November.
Already 'Kaseibo', a track on his yet to be released 'Asem beba bedi' album is enjoying massive airplay as a result of the lyrics it contains, music pundits feels it's a direct attack on Okyeame Kwame and Obour's game track which says “hip life is dead and needs resurrection”.
Watch out for Obrafour's new album and clothing line (OB4) at all the outlets near you.
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