Accra, May 30, GNA - Emmanuel Andy Otoo, known by his stage name as “Dee Hood” has set sight on making a massive impact in the Ghanaian Afro Dancehall and Reggae circles, when he release his third single entitled, ''Anoma''.
Despite not being signed onto any music or record label, the young music prodigy wants to communicate good values to the Reggae loving entourage through his music and would pursue this mission regardless of any obstacle.
According to Andy Otoo, coming through the dancehall ranks had not been easy considering equally good talents who have not yet being unearth as they strive hard to make it to the top.
In an interview with GNA Entertainment, Dee Hood said, ''Every upcoming artist dreams of featuring mainstream artiste to get them there. I really like the big boys in the game and I also dream of featuring international artiste as well.
He stated that Reggae and Dancehall music have been part of him in his early age during primary and secondary school days, as he used thrill his mates to some fantasy which earned massive recognition which has inspired him.
''For me pursuing my career in dancehall and reggae music is dream come true and this has been made possible by my fans who I must say have been real surprise to my music course and I would not let them down,'' Dee Hood added.
The Odorkor-based artiste is already a local hero with fans dancing to his previous singles entitled 'Dangbeleshi' which gained massive recognition on social media.
Dee Hood is set to release a music video of his third single in the next coming days as well as releasing his first album later in the year.