How To Easily Sell Your Songs In Ghana
How to sell songs especially online has been a headache to most up and coming artistes. Finally there is a way artistes can sell their songs on a Ghanaian online platform with convenient payment methods.
Every artiste’s dream is to be able to sell their songs and be able to use that money to invest into future projects and enable them come out with more quality productions. The most popular online music stores to sell music are iTunes, Spotify, Google Play etc…
The above mentioned platforms are popular and used by many super stars around the world but obviously not a platform up and coming artistes from Ghana can easily get their songs on. This is because most of these young artistes don’t have access to credit or debit cards which are the primary payment modes to submit songs to the so-called giant platforms.
There are people who are willing to submit songs on their behalf but the charge is outrageous and a total ripoff. These self-acclaimed iTunes contractors take 5 or 10 times the normal amount needed to submit songs to Apple Music, Spotify, and the rest…
When the artiste finally pays that amount and their songs get on these giant platforms, they make little or no sales because, most of their target audience do not have access to credit cards or gift cards to buy these songs. The heartbreaking moment is when the exchange rate shoots up since these online platforms sell in foreign currencies.
Finally, a company known as TechNation Ghana Co. Ltd. & TIC Ghana Ltd got all these problems solved. They have launched an online music store based in Ghana (Accra) called www.aftown.com and its main objective is to help African artistes sell their music online to their target audience.
The amazing thing about this online music store is that, music lovers can buy songs in their local currency which is the GHC and they can pay using mobile money. A song costs as low as GHC 0.50 and the buyer gets a Jingle-free and high quality audio.
It’s easy for artistes to create their accounts and start selling their songs and albums. This is good news for all artistes and great news for Ghana music. Do check out www.aftown.com to learn more.