Ghanaian ace songstress has revealed that making money from music was very easy when she started her music career as compared to today.
In an interview on the Late Nite Celebrity Show with Foster Romanus Mzbel said when she came into the music industry is wasn’t as it is now. It was very easy to make money.
She said, “by the time the song is on the market you would have already made your money. It was a big deal for someone to have your song.”
“Before your song goes out the executive producer will bring in promoters who are willing to pay. They will listen to it then bid on it, the highest bidder pays for it.”
“They will then go out and promote it or do whatever they want with it, all that will be left for the musician is to play shows.”
The ‘Legelege’ hitmaker explained that during those times when your song gets leaked it is really a big deal and it means your song cannot be sold.
“Someone has to buy the rights you sell the rights to someone in UK, in America and in Europe, you make all of that money before you start playing gigs.”
She added “So before you come on a stage you are already made, so the confidence is there. It is not like you are now going to beg people to now fall in love with you.
Mzbel said the system back then helped her buy her first a care after her second album.