Entertainment pundit Ernestina Afari also known as Silky Sweet says after listening to Obrafour’s latest single, the first minute of the song sounds like a demo song.
Some weeks ago Obrafour dropped his much anticipated new single ‘Aseda’ meaning thanksgiving produced by music producer/sound engineer Oteng.
“Lyrically, Obrafour will not go wrong. Unfortunately certain things were not right with his latest Aseda song especially the sound,” Silky Sweet said on Accra-based Onua 95.1 FM.
“When you played the song, the first minute of what I heard sounds like demo. Honestly, I wasn’t pleased. I was wondering which engineer produced the song. I understand it was produced by Oteng and I can tell you the first minute of the song shows the song is an unfinished work and not ready,” she told the host of Anigye Mmre Christian Agyei frimpong
“Some of us have followed Obrafour for long. [With] his song with Sarkodie, Guru etc. you could feel the sound is on point [but] with this Aseda song the sound is irritating to the ear and it sounds like a demo and I’m pleading with Obrafour to take the song back to the studio for it to be done well.”
By Emmanuel Agyemang|Onua 95.1FM|3news.com|Ghana