Appietus, the renowned music producer, is on the verge of claiming a prestigious title as he petitions the Guinness World Record for Music Producer with the Most Hit Songs. With only four tracks away from equaling the current record held by American-Japanese producer Johnny Kitagawa, Appietus is confident in his achievement.
In an update on his Facebook page, Appietus revealed a list of artists and popular songs he has created, totaling 228, just a few songs short of Kitagawa’s record of 232 tracks. Among the notable hits on Appietus’ impressive list are Praye’s “Angelina” and “Shordy” in 2005, Nkasei’s “Tuabodom” and “Come Back To Me,” Sarkodie’s “Azonto Fiesta,” and Obrafour’s “Heavy.”
The music industry has long recognized Appietus for his exceptional talent and numerous contributions to Ghanaian and African music. His petition to the Guinness World Record is a testament to his prolific career and the impact he has made in shaping the sound of popular music.
If Appietus succeeds in his quest, he will join the ranks of extraordinary music producers who have left an indelible mark on the global music landscape. As fans and industry professionals eagerly await the Guinness World Record’s decision, there is no denying that Appietus has firmly established himself as a force to be reckoned with in the realm of hit-making music production.
The Ghanaian music industry rallies behind Appietus, recognizing his immense talent and his potential to break boundaries and set new records. With his unparalleled creativity and knack for producing chart-topping hits, Appietus continues to inspire aspiring producers and artists alike.
In the coming months, the music world will eagerly follow the outcome of Appietus’ petition, celebrating his potential Guinness World Record achievement and further cementing his legacy as a legendary music producer.