Even before the series of activities for the 20 years anniversary of Obrafour’s Pae Mu Ka album starts, the legendary rap artiste has shown a lot of gratitude to Kri8 Concept and its record label, Kri8 Music.
Rap Sofo real name Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere-Darko following the successful launch of the anniversary took to his Facebook page to shower praises on Mr. Steven Forson, the Chief Executive Officer of Kri8 Concept and Kri8 Music. Obrafour thanked the boss of the record label for “keeping his dream alive”.
Obrafour wrote “My profound gratitude to you. CEO of @kri8_concept and @kri8music, Mr Steven Forson. Thanks for keeping our dreams alive. With our partnership and God’s guidance we can bring the whole PaeMuKa @20 project into full realization. On behalf of my management team we say ‘Ayekoo’ 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
Happy Sabbath fam….😇😃”
Zionfelix.net gathers that Kri8 Concept is the organisers for Obrafour’s 20 years anniversary which will have its major concert on November 9 at the Accra International Conference Center.
Our source also added that the company headed by Mr Forson provided logistics for the anniversary launch which happened on May 29 in Accra and will do same for the main show on November 9.
Aside the November 9 event at the AICC, we are informed that Kri8 Concept will play important role in other activities linedup for the 20 years anniversary.
Edward Owusu, the Business Development Manager for Obrafour speaking at the launch of the Pae Mu Ka @ 20 said in their bid to cement Obrafour’s legacy in the music landscape, there shall be a symposium on the hiplife Obrafour and his contribution to the genre.
Obrafour will also have a cypher for rappers who would ride the ‘Pae Mu Ka’ beat. This will air on television and Obrafour’s social media pages.
The management has also included in the schedule a regional tour which covers Koforidua, Techiman, Kumasi, Takoradi and ends in Accra with a big concert.
He will also be championing a social responsibility project called Obrafour Nti where schools in rural communities would be given support in terms of infrastructure, scholarships and teaching aids.