EPIXODE’S HEART IS IN JAMAICA

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            Eventhough Epixode whose given name is Theophlus Nii Ardey Otoo Jr has never visited Jamaica, he believes that he has some connection with the birthplace of reggae music. He was born in Ghana but pursues his career in reggae/dancehall music. Miungu ya Muziku which translated means music gods which Epixode has been featured on, is scheduled to be released in early 2021. His publicist has stated that Epixode’s mother would play reggae music by artistes such as Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and that the Jamaican culture is prominent in James Town, along the coast of  Ghana. He is a huge fan of Bob Marley and believes that Marley’s music is what guides us through this journey called life.

            His album entitled “Killa Body” which will be featured on Miungu Ya Muziku which is a multi-genre consists of 15 tracks which was produced by Virginia based Michael “Beatbopper” Hudgins. Hudgin’s most recent award is a Billboard plaque for his executive role on “Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica: The Reggae Collector’s Edition album” which secured the Number 16 position on the Billboard Reggae Chart. Epixode is best known for songs such as: Avatar, No War and Wyn Up. Others which have been included on the project are:  Maestro Don featuring  Bounty Killer on Pioneer, Kabaka Pyramid featuring Third World Don (Prayer) and Lahjihkal.

-T.W

EPIXODE’S HEART IS IN JAMAICA

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