Epixode On A Media Tour For His New Song OBRA
King Lagazee, the popular reggae/dancehall DJ, hosted a series of insightful and engaging interviews on Yaad settingz, a program on Asaase Radio. The interviews featured a diverse group of guests, ranging from emerging artists to established music industry professionals.
One of the standout interviews was with the dancehall artist, Epixode. In this interview, Epixode shared his personal journey in the music industry, from his early beginnings as an underground artist to his current success as a household name in Ghana’s dancehall scene.
Epixode also discussed his creative process, sharing insights into how he approaches songwriting and music production. He emphasized the importance of staying true to oneself and not compromising on artistic integrity in pursuit of commercial success.
interview was with the producer . In the conversation, king Lagazee query episode music, ‘Are you switching from Reggae Dancehall music to highlife because many people are wondering. Epixode answered nope but I am experimenting”. This query was as a result of his new song Obra, a live recording tune which is making waves in the country, featuring the santrofi band.
Asaase radio studio was lighting up with a freestyle session with epixode, giving listeners back to back music, a feel of reggae dancehall and highlife respectfully.
Listeners were giving the chance to phone in a share their thoughts on the his new music.
Yaad settingz interviews hosted by King Lagazee on Asaase Radio provided a unique platform for artists and industry professionals to share their stories and insights with a wider audience.
The interviews were insightful, informative, and entertaining, and offered a rare glimpse into the workings of Ghana’s vibrant music scene.
Overall, the Yaad settingz program on Asaase Radio is a valuable resource for music lovers and industry insiders alike, providing a platform for dialogue, education, and entertainment.
We can only hope that more interviews like these will be forthcoming in the future, and that the program will continue to grow and evolve as a vital part of Ghana’s music culture.