Highlife legend, Obuoba J. A. Adofo has dismissed rumors surrounding his beef with the late Nana Kwame Ampadu.

Speaking to Agoo FM News during the final funeral rites of legendary Nana Kwame Ampadu at Obo in the Kwahu South Municipality over the weekend, he said; “Nana Ampadu is my son, he calls me ‘Agya’ anytime we meet and his music also inspired me to come into the music scene. I have a clean heart so I wasn’t bothered when people were thinking that there was no peace between us.’’

Obuoba J A Adofo revealed he owns 115 albums since he started doing music in 1970 adding that, he’s known to be the 2nd musician with the highest number of songs released after the late Nana Kwame Ampadu.

According to him, before City Band, his first group was Yamoah’s Number 2 Band saying, his first track was ‘Kwame Ankra yie’, he later released odo mu kyenkye ma, akutiabo, and others.

Talking about his relationship with Nana Ampadu, he revealed he was happy to see Nana being welcomed by many fans during Kwahu Easter which inspired to do music.

He said, “I later went to Accra, I couldn’t join the African Brothers band because Teacher Boateng was there. So a man showed interest in me, took me to the studio, and provided all the necessary instruments to start the music.’’

When asked about rumors surrounding his beef with Nana Kwame Ampadu, he told Ebenezer Kojo Nyavor (K-Lover) that; “we had no beef, he started music long ago before I joined. I was in school when Nana Ampadu was doing music. Ghanaians like speculations. I heard people saying we were beefing but that’s not true’’.