Dancehall artiste, Epixode has bemoaned the current state of the Ghanaian economy.
The ‘Wahala Dey’ composer told Zion Felix in an exclusive interview on the ‘Uncut Show’ how difficult it is to live in Ghana.
He said there are not many opportunities in the country for the youth to explore.
Epixode admitted that economic crunch is everywhere but there is always a better way out for those living outside the country.
He also pointed out the many graduates in the country who are struggling to get jobs after completing their education.
According to him, the situation has compelled some of the youth to use illegitimate ways to survive.
Epixode was saddened by how royalties of musicians in the country are managed.
He wished for drastic change within the Ghanaian music industry.
The dancehall artiste was hopeful that a strategic businessman can successfully manage the affairs of the Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA).
Watch the full interview below.