I want to be remembered as a musician who did good music devoid of profanity – Obrafour

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Ghanaian hiplife legend, Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko, popularly known as Obrafour (Ghana rap Sofour) has revealed that he wants to be remembered in a way his legacy can live on.

Obrafour, since he burst into the music space, has always given us good music, punchy raps and has always loved beefing other rappers.

What most people love about him is the fact that he does it clean devoid of insults and vulgar words. He goes clean with the Akan proverbs and sends the message the way he wants.

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In an interview on Luv FM, Obrafour revealed that what he wishes to be remembered for is the musician who came into the scene and stayed with his belief, did good song devoid of insults and profanity.

“My belief is to do music good music devoid of profanity…” he said.

Obrafour was in Kumasi for the official launch of the much-awaited Pae Mu Ka at 20 Concert which comes off on December 24, 2019, at Miklin Hotel.

Watch the video below:

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