Veteran Ghanaian musician, Aseibu Amanfi has lamented about how some producers treated them during their era.
He claimed some of these music producers failed to account to them in their hay days.
In an interview monitored by www.newshuntermag.com, the ‘Baabia Ne Ha’ composer emphasized the producers were not fair to them when it comes to accountability.
“We faced hardships during our time because of producers. The producers failed us…they will tell you the per cent they will give you based on sales but since you are not with him when the cassettes are being produced, you won’t know the actual number of the cassettes that would be produced,” he told Ike De Farmer in an interview on Shalom Radio in Berekum.
Despite the challenges, the veteran musician revealed he gained dignity and money from his work as a musician—but the respect outweighed the money.
Aseibu Amanfi further stated that the music business is not for blockheaded or outcasts.
He advised young musicians to be serious and vigilant if they want to choose music as a career.