I make more than GH¢10,000 for just one music production – UndaBeat

Award-winning sound engineer Eric Nana Yaw Nkrumah, often known as UndaBeat, has denied claims that the majority of producers in Ghana provide free beats for the country’s top musicians.

Producers receive split sheets for songs that are downloaded through streaming services, claims the previous Instrumentalist of the Year nominee for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).

He said, “Even if I don’t get paid for making beats for the best artists, the song itself will help me make a lot of money since it will be streamed online.

“I have registered for copyrights so every time a song is released and it says it was produced by undaBeat I will also have my share from the split sheet and deduct a percentage for me online,” he continued.

UndaBeat revealed in a one-on-one interview with Cape Coast’s Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM that he occasionally earns more than GH10,000 for just one single track.

“But I do charge them a lot like I can make GH¢10,000 from one beat production and sometimes there are some works after I’m done I can even make more than that amount of money,” he ended on the Kastle Entertainment Show.

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