Dance Hall sensation Episode has described Samini as a god who has impacted a lot on his life.
According to Episode, Samini was one of the very first musicians in Ghana to give him a big platform to showcase his talent.
“All I can say is Samini is a god to me; and I don’t care what anybody says.
I remember three years ago watching Samini from afar and he called me from the crowd, gave me the mic and asked me to do my thing,” Episode stated.
Episode, who has been considered by many as one of the most promising acts in the industry currently, added that he has been learning a lot—directly or indirectly—from Samini for a long time now.
“I can never stop learning from Samini because I think that even if he hasn’t taught me to put a lyric here or there , once I listen to his music , it is a big impact to my life. So yes, you can call me High Grade or Black Empire boy but I insist Samini is a god,” Theophilus Nii Ardey Otoo Junior, as he is known in real life, said.
The ‘Sinners Prayer’ singer put up a massive performance at this year’s edition of the nominee jams for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) in Tamale. Some entertainment pundits also say that Episode is one of the musicians putting Ghana on the map through dancehall.