Ghanaian rap legend, Obrafour is taking no prisoners on his new song ‘No Vote.’
Over a JMJ production, he lets the new crop of rappers know they are no match for him, and he still is, and will forever remain the godfather of rap music in Ghana.
Obrafour was born Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko in 1976 to Kwaku Okyere Darko and Gladys Agyapomaa in Kwahu-Obo.
At the age of 8, Obrafour sang with his late mum at church. Obrafour had his secondary school education at Abetifi. After one term at St. Peters where he was being trained for his A Level, he dropped out in 1995 when his mother died.
Obrafour believes that he was born with music. His mum was a chorister. At the age of 4, he watched her mum sing at church with keen interest. It got to a time that she would invite him to church to sing with her. When he was in secondary school, he formed a quartet and they were doing Gospel songs.
Through some encouragement by some friends, he decided to take up music more seriously.