Veteran Ghanaian rapper, Obrafour who has clocked two decades since he made his first commercial song, has told Jessica Opare Saforo and Osei Kwame on Citi FM’s Traffic Avenue that his first rap verse ever was about condoms.
The rap legend, who is widely believed to be the greatest Ghanaian rapper of all time despite the emergence of Sarkodie and a host of others who have been relevant for years now, said he produced that particular song to sensitize the youth against pre-marital sekz and its related consequences.
The Rap Sofour opined that HIV/AIDS was very prevalent during that time and even now so he thought it wise to do such a verse. He said he has always been sensitive to social themes and that has been evident in songs like Kwame Nkrumah, Ntitiepa, Maame, among others.
Obrafour launched his ‘PaeMuKa@20 celebration at the Tang Hotel last week to mark 20-years since he burst onto the scene with his maiden album, Pae Mu Ka which has also been adjudged by critics to be the best Hiplife album of all time.