Some Ghanaians after the release of Gyakie’s Forever remix didn’t seem to like the verse of Omah Lay. However, Gyakie liked the verse as she stated that, the song needed a masculine touch and the verse from Omah Lay was exactly what she wanted. The song according to entertainment pundits was perfectly made thereby applauding Gyakie for such a master piece. Forever remix after being uploaded onto YouTube till now, has 10 million views which makes Gyakie the first Ghanaian to ever clock 10 million views in two months on YouTube. The original song also has 7 million views which is the second single off Gyakie’s debut EP dubbed “Seed EP “produced by Kros. The Seed EP contains five songs that is The Journey, Joy and Happiness, Whine, Vacation and Forever. Gyakie is currently working on promoting and releasing the visuals of the remaining three songs as Forever and Whine already has it visuals uploaded on YouTube. Whine unlike Forever visual is doing pretty well on YouTube as it has 800,000 plus views.
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