Gyakie is a Ghanaian musician whom was known after her release of her "seed EP" album in 2020.She is the daughter of popular musician Nana Acheampong.
The 22 year old musician is currently studying in the KNUST, as she started her music carrier.One of the songs that got her this popular was her "forever" song ,that she recently remixed with Omah lay.This song was so trending and popular that, it was used by the wife of the President of Ghana in wishing his husband a happy birthday.
Very recently,due to how big her music was becoming,many artists recognized her including Wizkid.Wizkid followed her on Instagram, and Gyakie was soo happy to the extent she Celebrated.Many of her fans were against her move in a backlash.She even expressed how sad she was for the backlash.
But now I think this fans of hers are been put to shame as Gyakie has finally met Wizkid in Ghana.Wizkid and Davido are currently In the country.
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