Female artistes in Ghana are united – Gyakie

Source The Ghana Report

‘Forever’ record producer, Gyakie, has refuted assertions that there are divisions among female musicians in Ghana.

According to her, she frequently received random messages of support from female coworkers and occasionally from older women who had worked in the music business before her.

“There’s unity among us, in as much as it is not as tight as it is as the guys, there’s no feud that I know of, because whenever we get to meet up at an event, everyone is lively and down to speak with each other and I sometimes get messages from my seniors in the industry as well as my colleagues as well,” she told YFM.

She also revealed plans to collaborate with many female artistes in Ghana.

Gyakie was in Takoradi for a media tour promoting her new single ‘Something’. She also graced the Student Representative Council (SRC) fun fair of Ahantaman Girls and blessed patrons and students with an awesome performance.

Jackline Acheampong, born 16 December 1998,  known professionally as Gyakie is a Ghanaian afrobeats/afro singer. In 2019, Gyakie released her first single titled “Love is Pretty”, which paved the way for another single, “Never Like This.”

In August 2020, the “Forever” song from her five-track EP, titled “Seed”, was her claim to fame enjoying airplay and leading charts in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria. Gyakie’s father is Nana Acheampong, a highlife legend known for many hits in the late 90s.

She was raised in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

After completing T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School, she pursued an undergraduate programme at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with a major in International business.


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