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Obrafour Seals PaeMuKa At Twenty Partnership Deal With Multimedia

Hiplife Music mogul Obrafour has sealed a lucrative media partnership deal with Multimedia Group.

Born Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko, known on stage as Obrafour, held a meeting with the management of the media outlet for the twentieth-anniversary celebration of one of the greatest rap album from Ghana titled Pae Mu Ka, produced by Hammer of The Last Two and released in 1999.

the managing Director and General Manager of Multi TV, Santokh Singh and Abdulai Awudu, respectively discussed the deal with Obrafour. Even though details of the contract weren’t revealed, much of it will involve the publicity of the celebration for the album.

Obrafour Seals PaeMuKa At Twenty Partnership Deal With Multimedia

Obrafuor launched the anniversary on Wednesday, May 29, 2019, where he explained that it was aimed at cementing his legacy in the music landscape. The musician is, therefore, organising a number of symposia to highlight his contribution to the hiplife genre.

He will also have a cypher for rappers who would ride the Pae Mu Ka beat, an activity that is expected to air on television and the musician’s social media pages.

Obrafuor will also embark on a number of regional tours through Koforidua, Takyiman, Kumasi, Takoradi and Accra where he will organise a big concert.

Obrafour Seals PaeMuKa At Twenty Partnership Deal With Multimedia

 

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