He described meeting Obrafour as a dream come through, adding that his album will not be released until he features the Execution Entertainment artiste.
“From ‘Pae Mu Ka’ to ‘Tofa’, I know every song on the album. Obrafour was and still is everything to me... During Sky Power times, I will go perform a song from Obrafour. Every person who knows me in Takoradi will attest to the fact that I don’t play with Obrafour. Now I can call him on any day… It’s an amazing feeling. It’s a dream come through. If I do not have a song with Obrafour, the album is not coming out,” he said.
Pappy Kojo also commended Okyeame Kwame and stated how he admired his rapping prowess.
“Same with Okyeame Kwame. I had a video on my phone when I started rapping. I’m a hiplife student. I don’t think any of the artistes, I mean any of the new cuts, knows hiplife more than I do,” he noted.
Obrafour has carved a niche for himself in Ghana’s music industry after releasing countless singles. He has to his credit albums including Tofa (Time out for Adhession),Ntetee Pa, Heavy, Asem Sebe and Pae Mu Ka.