Television presenter Jay Foley has admitted his failure in his quest to push artiste Epixode to be the best in the game.
Born Theophilus Nii Arday Otoo, Epixode was exposed to music due to his mum’s involvement with traditional musical groups “Wulomei and KALIFI”.
Epixode contested and won the second edition of the dancehall king contest in 2011.
In 2013 he signed his first professional contract with Global One Entertainment and released his first hit single” Tun up”.
The young talent has great collaborations, nominations and awards under his belt yet his prominence isn’t really felt.
In a facebook post sighted by zionfelix.net, a very solemn Jay Foley poured out his love and admiration for Epixode’s talent and creativity.
He blamed himself for not using his influence to propel the incredible talent into becoming one of the most sought after musicians in Ghana and Africa.
Mr. Foley ended by publicly pledging his unflinching support for Epixode and all he stands for.
Epixode recently revealed in an interview with graphic showbiz that he almost gave up on music.
He said, “When nothing is working for you in the music business, you feel like just giving up on something you love to do and that was the state I got to last year”.
This declaration from Jay Foley will be greatly welcomed and cheered by Epixode’s camp because Jay undoubtedly has enough clout and links to push an artiste to the top.