According to Ghanian star Epixode, being a dad changed his perspectives on his melodic taste and the sort of heritage that ought to encompass his image.
The Ghanaian Dancehall and Highlife master talked with co-has Berla Mundi and AJ Sarpong on TV3 New Day about his melodic vocation. He said that becoming a dad transformed him since he believed his girl should partake in his melodic works.
“I think when I had my little girl, she’s 5 years and will be 6 this year it freed me up to being a father as well as the music. What I ask myself is a long time from now will my little girl be pleased to play my music when she is with her companions?? So you realize then I can’t do slack music or specific kind of music and that is where the development comes from.”
Epixode, who as of late wandered from dancehall to make the work of art known as “Atia,” featured how much his mom’s expertise as a performer impacted him.
“Taking about legacy at the heritage the family left with music, I believe is correct that I proceed with it. It probably won’t be in a similar space yet it will simply be ideal to have a decent portrayal of the family,” he added
source:Showbizafrica.net/Samuel Kwesi Arthur/2023