Appiah Dankwah, popularly known as Appietus is a Ghanaian musician, music producer and sound engineer based in Accra. He has produced many songs for many Ghanaian musicians which have become hit songs.
Ace producer Appietus has revealed that he charges not less than GH¢5,000 when an artiste chooses to work with him. Speaking on Showbiz A-Z on Saturday, the popular Ghanaian music producer explained that hiring the services of a producer is expensive because they work long hours and hand over their intellectual property to the musician. Appietus told the host, George Quaye, that the charge however increases depending on what the artiste may want.
He explained that some artistes can pay as much as GH¢10,000 depending on the work that goes into the production, how long it takes to make the beat and many other factors. Some Ghanaians have expressed their views of it being too expensive whiles others also think otherwise.
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