Obrafour Slams ‘Selfish’ Charterhouse for Destroying the Ghanaian Music Industry – LISTEN

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Charterhouse have destroyed the Ghanaian music industry due to their selfishness and greediness, legendary rapper Obrafour has opined.

Obrafour, who recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of his groundbreaking and trendsetting album ‘Pae Mu Ka’, expressed anger when asked about Charterhouse during a radio interview on Wednesday.

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According to the ‘rap sofo’, the event company has done more harm than good to Ghanaian musicians since coming onto the scene.

He was talking in general about the Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale issue when he pivoted to Charterhouse and slammed their greediness.

Obrafour said the annual organizers of the VGMAs are only concerned with their own profits and not about the welfare of the industry or the artists.

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“…To be very honest with you Charterhouse would have helped the industry if they had good intentions for their awards scheme…[instead] they have done a lot of harm to musicians than good,” Obrafour fired.

“We shouldn’t mince words about this….Charterhouse’s entire mindset is centred around what profits they can make out of the awards scheme rather than the welfare of anyone else, including musicians.”

Obrafour went on to lay some blame on the feet of musicians for not putting up a united front but instead letting others bring division among them.

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Some strong words from the legendary man. Listen to him below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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