Appietus commences National Music Production Project, May 12!

Famed Ghanaian producer, Appietus (Appiah Dankwa),  is embarking on a huge charitable music production project across the ten regions in Ghana. Christened the National Music Production Project, the initiative is to help new talent with the opportunity of recording with a top Ghanaian producer, and ultimately, facilitate the growth of Ghana’s music industry. The project […]


Renowned producer Appiah Dankwa (Appietus) submits the 2017 instalment of his widely-received Appietus Compilation. The second in the series, the album has seen him host important names in contemporary highlife and hiplife as Wutah, KK Tosu, Kwabena Kwabena, Castro, Praye, among others. Appietus Compilation 2 features usual faces from the first volume as well as new […]

Appietus launches first online beat shop in Ghana

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 […]

We will work with Fuse ODG and Kill Beatz – Reggie and Bollie

X factor UK 1st runner up Reggie and Bollie are getting ready to release their first album. The duo, who recently signed onto Simon Cowell’s Syco music in an interview with  Kwasi Aboagye on Entertainment Review on Peace FM have said they would be working with some good mainstream artistes and producers including FUSE ODG and […]

NEW VIDEO: Appietus Feat. Castro – “Kuntunimu”

Appietus has finally released his Castro featured single off his compilation. The single is titled Kuntunimu. This visual features a cameo by Dr Pounds of Pluzz FM fame. It was shot and directed by Appietus under his Creative Vision outfit.

#ENewsGhINTERVIEWS: Appietus talks hip hop and album sales

Producer Appietus has an issue with the clamouring of the hip hop genre by some mainstream artistes of today. “The only thing I don’t like about our music industry is those artists that try to do the Hip Hop, you can’t play or rhyme it in their accent better than producers and artists in America. […]