‘Kasahari’ Not A Diss Song To Sarkodie’ – Obrafuor
Obrafuor is back again with a new song titled Kasahari (which means rap). And just like he did with his highly successful Kasiebo song, he’s thrown subtle jabs at an ‘imaginary character,’ which many believe is aimed at Sarkodie.
However in a radio interview, Obrafuor has quickly debunked that assertion, saying the song is definitely subject to different interpretations.
If people want to misrepresent you, it doesn’t matter how much explanation you give. I did not mention Sarkodie’s name. If in the song I said an imaginary being who touched my crown is the one ‘Kasahari’ has revealed, then it is up to you for interpretation.
He explained that the song was done to challenge rappers to be industrious and bring out quality out put. As he put it, ‘the current songs are all about vulgarity and insults.’
You can see that when some of us came in, we saw where we should take this. But when you sit back and you see where this whole game is going then it leave much to be desired.
The rap is all about vulgarity and insults. The beats are all the same and carry no message. They should sit up and roll their sleeve just like when ‘Pae Mu Ka’ came
Sarkodie has often cited the legendary rapper is one of the men who revolutionized the rap game and had much influence on him.