Celebrated Ghanaian sound engineer Appietus has launched the first ever online beat shop in Ghana.

The Appeitus Afrobeat Shop will sell beats produced by the Azonto Fiesta hitmaker in two categories; Lease Licence ($200.00, Untagged MP3 + Audio WAV,1 profitable project,Instant Delivery,Appietus retains copyrights,Non Exclusive Rights) and Exclusive Licence ($600.00, Untagged MP3 + WAV Stems of all instruments and FX ,Unlimited Distribution , Unlimited Projects, Instant Delivery,Exclusive Rights )

Musicians and sound engineer who want to purchase the beats can visit www.appietus.com and listen to the preview for 30 seconds

Who is Appietus?

Born Appiah Dankwah to Osei Poku and Susana Appiah in Accra, but from Aduman in the Ashanti Region, Appietus is married to Freda Appiah Dankwah with four children (Nkunim Appiah Dankwah, Nshira Appiah Dankwah, Enigye Appiah Dankwah and Ayeyi Appiah Dankwah). He attended Ebenezer Secondary School in Dansoman (Class of 1993). At a young age, he was enthused about playing an instrument and used any object he came across to make a noise. His father bought him his first toy piano to nurture his talent. Appietus took the opportunity to learn to play instruments at the Four Square Gospel Church, Mount Oliver Methodist Church and Alive Chapel Intentional and began learning the basics of sound engineering at Fredima Studios Adabraka, Accra, in 1995.


He continued to grow his expertise and improved his sound engineering qualities from Fredima Studios at Adabraka in Accra. He later moved to Kay’s Frequency at Asylum Down where he further enriched his production skills in the year 1998. He also worked at Kampsite Studios at Dansoman SSNIT flats in the year 2003 after graduating from Kay’s Frequency. He finally established his own studio (Creative Studioz) at Dansoman Sahara in the year 2006. Creative Studioz started off as a partnership between Amandzeba and Appietus till the contract expired when Appietus took over as CEO till date.

He has had the opportunity to be on the panel for the Vodafone Icons in 2012 and 2013. He mentored the group that won the 2012 Vodafone Icons and from which an eminent artist Wiyaala has emerged.


Appietus is versatile in his work and has always preferred to give reverence to God on the success of his career. His versatility has been proven in his productions, from the various genres he produces and (or) records. His style has always been to adapt to the flow of what trends, he has recorded several genres of music (Afro-Pop, Hi-Life, Reggae, Gospel, Dance Hall, African Traditional, Hiplife, Azonto), which affirm his ability to easily adjust when the need arises. From his main profession as a sound engineer he has also actualized in some other professions such as singing and acting. He has just released his first single titled “Kuntunimu”, which features Castro. He has further led the industry by introducing a reality show ”Appietus Idolz”, that sought to hunt musical talents.

Appietus Idolz

Appietus Idolz, was the first ever reality show to be organized in Ghana by a sound engineer. The idea was to produce real talents who were capable of making their own music after the competition. The show did not allow participants to sing songs of other eminent artists but rather sing one that they had originally composed to the beats of Apietus. The inspiration for this reality show came from the future of the music industry, as Appietus prospected a few upcoming rappers who needed someone to produce them. Upon various encounters with quite a number who wished that he produced them, he coined the idea to produce the best of all the talents who represented on his reality show. The winner of the show TJ, is currently been produced by Appietus under the label Creative Records.

Appietus Compilation

The Appietus Compilation is a mix of Ghana’s finest music stars on one platform. Appietus collaborates with an array of music stars on a single compilation. The essence of the compilation was for him to put together tunes that will leave endless rhythms in the minds of consumers. He has within a period of seven years (2008–2015) released three compilations: The Revolution, Tip of the Iceberg, and Appietus Compilation Volume 3 (Azonto Fiesta).

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