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The Black Avenue Music (BAM) CEO, in an interview with SVTV Africa has stressed that royalties from GHAMRO does not make sense.
The 2011 and Ghana’s first rapper BET nominee, expressing worry on how all musicians take the same amounts without any accounts, suggested that, GHAMRO as an the organization, must monetize their activities and give musicians proof on their number of listenership as practiced in the United Kingdom and USA.
According him, it is not reasonable that all musicians get the same total, which amounts to GHC 600.
Adding that, he was only contacted to come for his royalty erstwhile following his displeasure on their mode of operation on one of the radio stations, but he eventually rejected it and has since not received any money from GHAMRO.
‘’All musicians can’t receive the same amount. It does not work that way. Everything must be monetize with proper records for musicians to know the amounts they will receive anytime any day. The royalties just don’t make sense to me’’. He lambasted.