Appietus names Obrafour and Kwadee as Ghana’s all-time best rappers

Appietus names Obrafour and Kwadee as Ghana’s all-time best rappers

- Appietus has named his all-time Ghanaian rappers

- He named Obrafour and Okomfo Kwadee as his best rappers

- Appietus is one of the respected music producers in the country

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Renowned Ghanaian music producer, Appietus, has dropped the list of his all-time best rappers the country has produced.

According to Appietus, the argument about who ranks at the top of the rap game in Ghana is tied between hiplife legends Okomfour Kwadee and Obrafour.

He made this known in an interview on Kumasi-based Pure FM’s ‘Hammer Time’ entertainment show.

Appietus names Obrafour and Kwadee as Ghana’s all-time best rappers
Appietus names Obrafour and Kwadee as Ghana’s all-time best rappers (Photo credit: Instagram/Obrafour and Okomfo Kwadee)
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He said that the lyrical content and ability to drive home messages by the two legends make it difficult for him to decide on who to be crowned the best rapper in Ghana.

Hammer, this will be a difficult one,” he stated. “As for word for word, in terms of style and uniqueness without copying anyone, if you are talking to me as a producer for the best rapper [in Ghana] as authentic and original, I will say it is between Obrafour and Okomfour Kwadee.

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When asked about Sarkodie’s abilities, he noted that he is faster in his flow but content-wise, Obrafour and Kwadee are in a comfortable lead.

Yes, Sarkodie is good. He has style and some content but when we talk about Obrafour or Kwadee, the content in their songs is not easy and their messages are very loaded.”

He continued that there will be nobody like Okomfour Kwadee in the music industry.

There has been nobody like Okomfour Kwadee in the Ghana music industry and there will be nobody like him. I would love to work with him again because this guy needs hard-hitting beats, he needs freedom. If you listen to the ‘Ka wo nan to so’ song, I almost blasted my speakers because you need to hit him hard and that’s why you hear him saying Appietus ‘ma me volume’ in the song,” he concluded.

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