Obrafuor’s Pae Mu Ka @ 20 concert went down this past weekend at the Accra International Conference Centre with a host of artistes passing through to honour the legend.
Artistes such as Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, TH4Kwages, Tic, Edem, Kwaw Kese, King Promise, Joey B and many other artists were present to grace the occasion.
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However, there were some notable absentees which have caused a stir in the media circles namely Da Hammer, the producer of the Pae Mu Ka album in 1999, Guru who shot to limelight through his collaboration with Obrafuor on ‘Kasiebo’ and Okyeame Kwame, Obrafuor’s supposed long-time rival.
Speaking on the Brunch to Lunch show on Radio Univers with Zionfelix, Wei Ye Oteng, a member of Kri8 Concept who organized the concert revealed that these personalities failed to show up or perform due to reasons beyond their control.
Unfortunately we could not invite Okyeame Kwame to the program, Guru was around but due to the various activities he could not get his time to perform – Wei Ye Oteng stated.
However, commenting on why one of the main brains behind such a legendary album, Da Hammer couldn’t show up Oteng has this to say;
Hammer had been with us throughout the planning and preparation of this very event but it was rather unfortunate that he couldn’t make it to the main event.
The reasons were so huge that it cannot be discussed on radio and I can assure everyone that there is no rift between himself and Obrafuor.