- Ghanaian traditional musician, King Ayisoba, says he charges GHC2 billion to perform a show outside Ghana
- He added that there are other conditions including the organisers footing his travel and hotel bills
- Ayisoba is known for many hit songs which usually make waves abroad more than even in Ghana
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Ghanaian traditional musician, King Ayisoba, has revealed that he charges to the tune of GHC2 billion to perform at a single show outside Ghana.
Aside from that huge sum, Ayisoba disclosed that there are other conditions that need to be agreed on before he leaves Ghana.
These conditions, he mentioned, are for the organisers of the show to pay for his travelling expenses and his hotel bills till he returns to Ghana.
He was speaking in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on TV Africa, which is contained in a video.
A viewer had expressed interest in getting Ayisoba to perform in an upcoming show, and so wanted to know how much he would charge.
The amount is sure to surprise many people who never thought King Ayisoba was worth that much musically.
It is also a known fact that his songs go viral in abroad more that it does in Ghana.
He first stormed the music industry over 10 years ago with his first song I want to see you, my father.
Since then, Ayisoba has released more and more songs including Meka, literally meaning “I will report”.
In that song, he urged every able-bodied man to work hard and make genuine money rather than to go steal.
In other news, the first son of Despite, Kennedy Osei, has married his wife Tracy in a beautiful ceremony in Accra.
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