Before Obour became the MUSIGA president, before we even saw his poster announcing that he wants to contest for the parliamentary seat for Asante Akyem South, he was giving us some of the best songs we have seen in the music industry.
Obour was a superb rapper and just because we loved what he used to do then, these are some of his popular songs from back in the day.
Killing The Game ft Okyeame Kwame, Richie Mensah
It’s funny how Obour keeps getting blasted by artistes for not doing anything positive for them ever since he took on his MUSIGA president role but some years ago before he got that role, he made a song talking about everything that was wrong with the Ghanaian Music industry.
Obour was the voice of the voiceless at the time. He was such an activist, using his music to preach wise words. Everyone knew the words to this song and maybe, just maybe, he’d use this song as his campaign song.
This song was so wrong. It was a sexual song but most of us had no idea when we were kids. We just went ahead to sing the song and for the longest time, this song was one of the most played songs at every single gathering!
Juliana ft A.B Crentsil
No one can dispute the fact that most tracks from back in the day were serious jams! Juliana was such a great song. It was the perfect merge of old school (A.B Crentsil) and new school at that time (Obour)
Atopa Jenjen feat David, Morris Babyface & S K Blinks
“Wo boy agyaa wo anaa?” “Wo girl agya wo anaa?” This song was lit and the video too was exciting because there were cameos from all the huge artistes at the time: Mzbel, Richie, Kwaw Kese, Black, Edem and more!
Obour was once everyone’s favourite and he really gave us great music all the time and…we appreciate it a lot!!!
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