Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall musician, Theophilus Nii Arday, popularly known as Epixode has released a sensational new track which touches on the core problems in the Ghanaian society.
In his new track ‘Wahala Dey’, he made references to Ghana’s freedom fighter and first President, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, the legacy he left behind and the country’s inability to sustain it.
“At long last, the battle has ended”, Epixode started his track with the introduction of one of Dr. Nkrumah’s famous speeches.
His rhythms and bold notes depict an artiste who is calling out for social justice within the system.
He sang about bribery and corruption, the difficult economy, the year of return, churches turning into businesses, the 3 Takoradi kidnapped girls, and other social issues.
“Big up every media and journalist working hard to uncover the rots in this country”, he commended the media industry for playing their watchdog role in the society incredibly well.