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The Youngest Art)st From Ghana Hitting R&B.The Girl Still In College. GYAKIE. (#April Lounge. )

Jackline Acheampong is a Ghanaian artist, musician, and entertainer who passes by the name of Gyakie

Gyakie is a maturing artist who additionally turns out to be the little girl of Ghanaian highlife legend Ernest 'Owoahene' Nana Acheampong, prevalently known as Nana Acheampong, one-portion of the acclaimed Lumba Brothers. Her familial association with a Ghanaian extraordinary affected her adoration for music since early on, and on her turning into the youngster performer she is today, however there's a whole other world to the story. 


In August 2020, Gyakie dropped her presentation project, a 5-track EP basically named Seed. The cover craftsmanship of the EP is a photograph that shows her as a kid, wearing studio earphones and presenting in the chronicle corner close by her dad—a visual which could undoubtedly be taken as a strong forefinger pointing directly at the privately-owned company. Albeit that declaration may be right, she's not by and large here to carry on the family heritage Gyakie expects to graph her own course, keeping up her own way of life as an individual and a performer, while communicating in the fine art she cherishes most.

In an interview she said sincerely that "Juggling school and music hasn't been a simple street for me. It's so difficult in light of the fact that toward the day's end, one should be focused. Choosing to pick between a studio meeting or going to class, there are times where I have a test a day after I play a show in another city and I need to go back with an engaged brain to read for an assessment. I'm in my last year, so I will complete really soon. 


With my imaginative interaction, I'm such a young lady that thinks about the climate and the energies around me. It assumes a key part when I'm composing music. I love working in dim spots, no light, and perhaps myself and my contemplations. It makes me picture what I need the tune to be about plainly. I will imagine what I would write in the tune and I feel it as well".

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