I am not famous because of my ‘Forever’ track— Gyakie reveals what brought her to fame
Fast rising songstress, Gyakie has left mouth agape after she reveals that her “forever” track did not bring her to fame.
According to her, the song only helped her reach bigger market but did not shoot her to the lime light.
Speaking in a media interview, the Flip Music signee explained that what brought her to fame was her debut Extended Play (EP) album dubbed; “Seed.”
She noted that the songs on the EP were all winning tracks that made her popular and not only the “Forever” single.
“I believe that I make all my songs with such passion, and so all are equally good just as Forever,” she said.
Gyakie indicated her music career started on a good note, stressing that she would not necessarily say “Forever” made her blow but instead gained her a bigger market.
“Forever did not make me popular but rather it gained me a bigger market in many countries,” she stressed.
Gyakie advised young musicians to be hardworking and urged her Gyakie Chan fans to keep patronising her art.
“I believe you must be hardworking. And I thank God for how far he has seen me through and I am grateful for the love and support from my fans,” she added.
Born Jackie Acheampong she rose to fame last year with her breakthrough song “Forever”, leading to her Billboard charts debut and a new international record deal with RCA Records United Kingdom (UK) and Sony Music Africa.
Her recognised art “Forever” has travelled worldwide to over 24 countries and has given her the niche on reputable music platforms.
The recent billboard feature at Times Square in New York and other partnership with Spotify.