Hiplife and rap legend, Obrafour has revealed that after the release of his famous diss track, ‘Kasiebo’, things got tensed in the media space that got him to render an apology to his colleague, Okyeame Kwame.
Obrafour released ‘Kasiebo’; a diss song directed at Okyeame Kwame and Obour after the duo released ‘Killing the Game which suggested that the music industry was been ‘killed’ by bad initiatives from both musicians and producers.
The song became popular across Ghana and beyond due to the composition and the format in which the song was recorded.
That line and another in the song that detailed a rapper claiming to be the ‘Best Rapper Alive’ yet cannot boast of five albums sparked the bad blood between Obrafour and Okyeame Kwame.
He also detailed how the rapper allegedly raped an under-aged girl.
In an interview with Andy Dosty on Monday, November 4 2019, the most respected Hiplife artist stated that weeks after releasing ‘Kasiebo’, which many perceived to be a derogatory song to Kumasi-based artiste, Okyeame Kwame, he himself had a bad time relating to Okyeame Kwame because the rapper found it difficult to let go of the hurt the song brought to him.
Due to this, he personally went to Okyeame Kwame to render an apology though he was of the assertion that the popular ‘Kasiebo’ song wasn’t a diss to Okyeame Kwame and Obour as it was perceived by the public.
The diminutive deadlocked rapper has chalked 20 years in the music industry and as part of activities to have a grand celebration that befits a legend like him, he is holding a concert on November 9.
Obrafour is often considered the best rapper of all time and it’s all down to ‘Pae Mu Ka,’ his first album. His ‘Pae Mu Ka’ has unofficially been voted Ghana’s best/greatest rap album of time and this year marks exactly 20-years the song burst into life.