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Epixode Advocates for Promotion of Indigenous Sounds in Ghanaian Music Industry

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Ghanaian musician, Epixode, has urged Ghanaian artists to stay true to their indigenous sounds to promote their music to the world. He made this assertion after releasing his latest highlife single titled ‘Obra’, featuring one of Ghana’s renowned traditional bands, Santrofi.

Epixode’s recent single, ‘Atia’, was highly commended for its unique composition and nominated for Best Highlife Song of the Year at the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).

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As an award-winning reggae and dancehall artist, Epixode believes that promoting indigenous sounds, particularly highlife music, is the way to sell Ghanaian music to the outside world. He stated that he aims to showcase his growth in music without completely altering his style.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Epixode disclosed that the reason for featuring Santrofi on his new single was to tape into the analog sound and produce the ‘Sekyi’ highlife sound. He added that he hopes Ghanaians will project this sound.

Epixode’s ‘Obra’ single, recorded live with Santrofi, is available on various streaming platforms. As an advocate for promoting indigenous sounds, Epixode hopes to inspire more Ghanaian artists to showcase the richness of Ghanaian music to the world.

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