Agbeshie, the well-known Ghanaian singer behind the number-one hit song “Get Down,” recently revealed his stage appearance price in an interview with Zionfelix, claiming that he demands at least GHC100,000 for paid concerts.
The artist clarified that while this fee is standard, negotiations are possible depending on the nature of the occasion.
Agbeshie also expressed willingness to perform at certain events without charge when deemed appropriate.
Delving into the financial details of his appearances, Agbeshie shared insights into his allocation of funds, with GHC2000 earmarked for clothing, GHC1000 for fuel, and additional provisions for food and related expenses.
Managing his earnings strategically, the artist outlined a 60-40 split, with 60 percent reinvested into his brand and the remaining 40 percent distributed among his team members and other commitments.
In a candid revelation about his recent music video, “Duna,” Agbeshie disclosed a spending of $4500 on the production, showcasing his dedication to delivering high-quality content to his fans.
Born Frank Agbeshie Lawstand, he was nurtured and grew up in Banana inn(Dansoman) a suburb of Accra.
He is more of a hip pop, hip life and afrobeat’s artiste.