Music was not considered as an ‘elite’ profession for many decades. Many Ghanaians still do not consider it as such even though there is some strives at the moment.
Although pursuing music is not considered as an ‘elite’, most musicians recently are amongst the highest ranking earners in the country.
Ghgossip.com brings to you how much Ghanaian musicians charge per show.
#10 KWAW KESE – ¢8,000
Kwaw Kese charges per show usually depends two factors, thus it depends on the organizer and location.
Kwaw Kese charges ¢8,000, which can rise to about 10,000 minimum fee for a local show sometimes and about ¢20,000 for shows outside the country.
#9 EL -¢15,000
The former Ghana artiste of the year EL and his management charge not less than ¢15,000 per show.