Ghanaian singer, Jacqueline Acheampong, popularly known as Gyakie has revealed that even though “Forever” was a huge success, it didn’t make her that popular but rather gave her a lot of International exposure.
Gyakie’s “Forever” has made a lot of inroads in the music industry including a collaboration with the Nigerian hitmaker, Omah Ley and another opportunity for some other Nigerian artistes to do a cover of her song.
Gyakie, Ghanaian singer
Known very well as Jackie Acheampong, and identified with the stylish spelling of her name, Gyakie, in her interview with Accra based 3fm , she revealed that she has now launched her new EP, “SEED” which has “Forever” song on it, a song that has given her a lot of international exposure.
According to the daughter of highlife legend, Nana Acheampong, she intimated that all the songs on the “Seed Ep” can win her a lot of laurels hence describing them as winners and of course, “Forever” is not an exception since she makes her songs with passion.
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“I believe that I make all my songs with such passion, and so all are equally good just as Forever”.
Gyakie who is so far making the headlines with all the good reasons has explained that her hit song, “Forever” although has given her that international exposure was not really a huge factor in making her that big or popular but also gave her entry into a lot of countries.
“Forever did not make me popular but rather it gained me a bigger market in many countries.”
Gyakie is the first African woman to partner with @Spotify for Equal. Indeed, this is a huge feat for such a young lady who just popped up on the music scene.
Recently, her image was put on Times Square.