Obrafour, the prolific Ghanaian rapper, in 1999 dropped an album titled “Pae Mu Ka”, The 10-track album widely deemed a game changer despite hurdles with getting it on the radio. The album made its way to the top, creating a healthy competition for Reggie Rockstone and other artists.
Interested in telling a powerful story, Daniel Masoul ( Executive Producer) now the manager of Edem, Hammer Of The Last (Producer) and others embark on the journey of The Album “Pae Mu Ka” with no intentions of making money.
In a phone interview on the 3fmDrive with Giovani Caleb, Hammer revealed that he was asked by Abraham Ohene Djan how much he would charge for the whole production. Hammer’s response?
“All I need is for you to write the Last two at the end. It was our first time doing this all the four-member team on this project were new to this but it was a risk we took happily.
“The album attracted lots of buyers, we didn’t sell it and I didn’t get a cedi out of it,” he added.
Today lots of talents look up to Obrafour; Sarkodie, E.L, Pappy Kojo, and M.anifest all describing themselves as offsprings of the Pae Mu Ka man.