“Samini Made Me Believe In My Talent As A Dancehall Artist” – Epixode Reveals

Reigning reggae/dancehall artist of the year at the VGMAs, Theophilus Nii Arday Otoo, popularly known in showbiz circles as Epixode has revealed that the Ghanaian dancehall legend, Samini made him believe in his talent.

Speaking in an interview on UTV’s United Showbiz with Nana Ama Mcbrown, Epixode recounted that he was doing music for a while until Samini gave him the platform to perform at a concert in Dansoman.

According to him, he has been at the concert on several occasions but was never given the chance to perform until one day, Samini mentioned his name on stage to give him the chance to perform.

Epixode stated that the opportunity given to him by Samini made him believe in his talent and encouraged him to do more for his craft to become one of the most recognized dancehall talents in the Ghanaian music industry.

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Black Sherif broke into the music scene with his debut hit song “Money” after which he released subsequent songs like “Ankonam” and other songs. He gained recognition as a mainstream artist with his most popular song “First Sermon”.

After the enormous success of the “First Sermon”, he went ahead to release another smashing tune dubbed “Second Sermon” which expanded his territory making him break into the global scenes.

This source is from vimhype.com

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