As stated by William Safire (an American journalist), “Nobody stands taller than those willing to stand corrected.”
This statement has proven to be exactly so in the musical journey of MFRAMA; a Ghanaian hiplife duo whose music career began in the year 2006 with the release of the hit track 'Feeli Gadoochi' which featured Kwabena Kwabena on it.It never proved to be so with MFRAMA as it has been for other talented musicians who come out with hit tracks and then disappear off the musical scene.
With humility and hard work, MFRAMA was able to come out with their second album which performed exclusively well on the Ghanaian entertainment market. The album had hit tracks like Disco, Uneasy, and others.
The first quarter of this year (2011) saw them again with yet another massive single – 'Ghana lady'; a song that was featured on the Appietus compilation intended to correct certain perceptions about Ghanaian ladies about their trustworthiness.
With a very high sense of humor, Dada Hafco – a member of MFRAMA – proved to the world that it's not only comedians who can make people laugh. He demonstrated this in his solo track entitled 'Imaginations' (parts 1 & 2) where Theresah Kuffuor, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, and Nana Adwoa Awindor were his sugar mummies, John Mensah and Nicholas Acheampong of 'Tabitha Kum' fame were sacked from his (Dada Hafco) celebrity party because of their punk haircut, and many other interesting lyrics.
As life continues to be more challenging, some people are forced to use different cunning ways and means to achieve what they desire; popularly known as 'Robbing Peter to pay Paul'.
That is exactly what MFRAMA talks about this time. 'Rob Peter to pay Paul'; another intriguing single that had recently been released by the duo seeks to discuss about the harsh economic situation of today and how people make their way through. The song, which features Praye was officially released on the group's facebook page last Wednesday and it's currently receiving massive airplay on different radio stations.
What has been great for them this year is their nomination for the upcoming Ghana Movie Awards slated for December 25th.
The group has been nominated for the category of Best Music (original song) for the movie Agya Koo Gbengbentus. The song – which became an instant hit – is competing with the likes of 'Fake London boy' by Tiffany (Fake London Boy), 'Sexy sassy wahala' by Efya (Adams Apples) and others. MFRAMA is very hopeful of winning this award.
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