Ghanaian dancehall musician, Epixode is not only just a singer, he’s also a very talented Visual artist.
Even though Epixode is one of the most energetic and talented dancehall musician in the country, his music career has not flourished that much.
Speaking in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM on Monday, Epixode revealed that at a point he wanted to go back to being a visual artist because the music wasn’t yielding any monetary gains.
“I wanted to slow the music down and make money from my arts last year. I paint and do backdrops for people. I was thinking of going back to that side but it didn’t work. I guess the love of music overshadowed the arts side,” he told host Andy Dosty.
Epixode also revealed that he’s the brain behind the Shatta Movement logo and some of the artistic designs for music video director Prince Dovlo.
“…most of Prince Dovlo’s works I designed. I designed the Shatta movement logo. Any artwork you see in my videos or song labels I do them myself,” he added.
Epixode is known for his hit single “Avatar” which got him a nomination at the VGMAs. His new hit single, “Wahala Dey” which talks about the current economic situation in Ghana is gaining a lot of attention.
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