One of Ghana’s favourite new school rappers, Phrame has announced his debut album, titled “Brenya”.
“Brenya” is a Twi phrase which literally means ‘no gain without pain’ and Phrame found it worthy to be the title for a project which he went through a lot of struggles and tussles to achieve.
Phrame, who is the leading artiste on Trump Music Group record label, describes his upcoming project as a game-changer due to the energy and time he’s invested in.
According to his management, the album will be officially launched on Saturday, August 18, during a media and industry listening session which will take place at Vanilla in Dansoman, Accra.
Legally known as Benjamin Kwasi Arkorful, Phrame was born on May 26, 1991, in Bubuashie – Darkuman, a suburb of the capital of Ghana, Accra.
The young rap virtuoso whose ancestral home can be traced from Kwahu-Obomeng in the eastern region was heavily influenced by legends like Obrafour, Jah Rule and 50 Cent in his musical journey.
He has worked with top new school musicians including Koo Ntakra, FimFim, Kofi Mole, Renner, Mike Feli, Tee Rhyme and Sena Huks.
His debut EP titled “Paapa” was released in 2016. He is notable for songs like “Recognize” featuring FimFim, “Fella” featuring Nii Mayweda, “Pepepe” featuring Gidi Sick, “My World” featuring Renner, “Cedi Bag” featuring Ground Up Chale’s Kofi Mole and “Da Grafa Da Grafa” featuring Koo Ntakra and Nii Mayweda.