For a beautiful third, mainstream comeback effort in recent personal releases, Obrafour makes a bold statement of how rap music can be Ivy League in many breadths.
Call it major ass-kicking, Aboa Onni Dua is the Obrafour of two decades ago – same as it is of him, today. Over many bars, he once again, proves just how rhythmic and soothing rap music can get.
A pure testament of precision and a deeper appreciation of art, it is also music for the soul, sitting well with the artiste’s central theme for his upcoming album Obrafoforo.
Aboa Onni Dua makes it four straight hits on Obrafoforo even before a planned release date.Pimpinaa, Twen Ma Me and Nkontompo have their own success stories, and why they are, both, personal favorites of rural and urban disc jockeys.
Aboa Onni Dua is produced by Red Eye of Nature Works, an affiliate of Last Two Music Group run by Edward Osei Hammer.
Red Eye also features on this one. It is an addition that makes sense as you listen from start to finish. To have him on Aboa Onni Dua is like having Jay Z on DJ Khaled, French Montana, Meek Mill and Rick Ross’ ‘They Don’t Love You No More.