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Samini Bids GhC10,000 For Episode’s “Sparjunkiez" Album   
 
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18-Mar-2016  
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The true definition of SparJunkiez, on Wednesday, 16th March, 2016 at the Reggie Rockstone’s Grand Papaz was defined as patron got thrilled with good live band performance.

Born Theophilus Nii Ardey Otoo Junior, known in his genre as Episode celebrated his birthday and launched his latest album dubbed SparJunkiez which has dense number of songs with collaborations.

Explaining the meaning of his album christened SparJunkiez,‘Spar’ acronym that is S: Successful junky, P: Principled junky, A: “A” class junky, R: Rich Junky and the Junkiez is someone who is addicted to something positive.
Colleagues in the same genre supported Episode when auction of the album was announced at the night which made huge sums of money for the talented artiste and painter.

The Iskoki hit maker Samini, CEO of HighGrade Family was the highest bidder of the album with a price of ¢10,000 Ghana cedis.

The album has 15 tracks produced by Dream Jay, which has dense number of songs. Many will be stunned when they buy a copy of the album and listen to Fake Love a High Life rendition which Episode featured Yaw Stone of Tv3 Mentor fame.

The night saw invigorating freestyle performances from Virgo, Dem Tinz Hip Life artiste to feature Episode in his first music video and gave cash cheque of ¢5,000.00 for the album.

Shilo, Nikki Samonas, Coded (4×4), Daddy Bosco, Samini, Edem, Dj Mic Smith, VVIP, Elorm Beenie and MC on the night OJ of Accra base Y FM interacted with patrons stupendously.


 
 
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