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Episode says "Dancehall artistes are not illiterates"

The artiste who appeared on the MTN Pulse Turn Up concert stage in a school uniform said he chose the outfit purposely to send that message across.

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Episode with a spectacle

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People who choose to do dancehall music are not illiterates as a section of the public perceive, dancehall act, Episode has said.

The artiste who appeared on the MTN Pulse Turn Up concert stage in a school uniform said he chose the outfit purposely to send that message across.

“It’s not fair to think that those who do dancehall are illiterates or rude. It is high time we let people know that there is a corporate side to dancehall… People who do this kind of music are like any other person. They are educated, well-kept and have good moral,” he noted midway through his performance.

Episode at MTN Pulse Turn Up play

Episode at MTN Pulse Turn Up

(Swagofafrica)

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Episode is a professional sculptor. He is noted for graffiti works and backdrops for a number of music videos including Bradez’s Sika, Kwaw Kese's Yakubu and Edem’s Heyba.

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